Jaguar has taken the initiative to change the meaning of the word “car” because I-Pace


Jaguar has taken the initiative to change the definition of the word “car” (“car”) in the Oxford dictionary of the English language. And all because in a historical document in the description of the word did not say anything about cars with zero emissions.

Oxford dictionary of English officially recognized as authoritative linguistic source. For the English-speaking world he is a reliable guide to meaning, history and pronunciation of more than 600,000 words – both legacy and modern.

According to the current description in the Oxford dictionary, the term “vehicle” means “a road vehicle driven by the engine (typically a combustion engine) and is designed to transport the driver and a small number of passengers, usually having two front and two rear wheels; used for private or commercial purposes and also for leisure.”


However, on the website with a collection of online dictionaries at Oxford University the definition of the word “car” is even shorter: “a road vehicle, typically with four wheels, powered by an internal combustion engine and capable of carrying a small number of people”.

Jaguar decided that such a definition is out of date and sent a publishing house in Oxford statement to clarify the meaning of this word. The company proposed to complement it with the phrase “vehicles with alternative propulsion systems, including electric”. I agree with “Jaguar”?

The latter is a crossover I-Pace, which drives a pair of motors, one for each axis. They give a total of 696 Nm of torque, which is available from the first second of acceleration. To develop 100 kilometers per hour, the crossover requires 4.8 seconds. The maximum speed is 200 kilometers per hour. Under the floor of an electric vehicle is the battery pack LG with a total weight of 650 kilograms, which provides a power reserve of up to 380 kilometers.

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