2014 was year when Formula E came to track, was like a description sprinting successions with a tract of same electric drivers vying for success. With 2016 a concept change brings more joy where teams can design their own Formula-E car and steer system rather than use an off-the-shelf information. Earlier Jaguar pointed out as it intended to enter Formula E and it has formally introduced its factory-backed I-type 1 race vehicle now.
This E-car body is given by Dallara, and the artilleries be description elements—but the steer system is exclusive, while Panasonic remains electronic partner, Williams will give designing aid. Team is labeled Panasonic Jaguar Racing. I-type 1's spec are kept secretive by Jaguar with type of engine, batteries and electronics even Panasonic reported ignorance on support point. Unsure yet if Jaguar Land Rover is controlling the Formula-E's powertrain improvement, need to wait until adjacent to the begin of the 2016–2017 Formula E sprinting season.
Audi will take lead role in ABT Schaeffer team for next year season, while Jaguar along with Renault is to complete Formula E powertrain for four cars. Not be surprised to imagine more full-line manufacturers propelling some weight behind Formula E in the time, with each of them focuses on upgrading to full electric vehicles along with design and sprinting in an electric successions with exact headdresses on artillery magnitude, engine power, and power usage throughout each challenge give abundance of possibility for developmental insights in EV technology.
Jaguar seems perceptive on publicly moving a formation between its Formula E involvement and time electric street cars. Nick Rogers product director Jaguar expressed Formula E tech will even take place in school electric vehicles. Can be analyzed to the stillborn C-X75 idea—although certainly not that crossbred supercar’s gas turbines. The concentrations is on the time, and aggregate Jaguar negotiators expressed a reaching statement thinking an agitated electric car production as SUV or sedan.
Adam Carrol and Mitch Evans were signed by Jaguar and Panasonic, as well as experiment chauffeur Ho-Pin Tung. Jaguar prefers people to talk about their electric future rather than their failures in Formula-E seasons.