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Plug-in Hybrid Jaguar Cars

PLUG-IN HYBRID (PHEV) JAGUAR CARS

Available at Marshall Jaguar Cambridge, Cheltenham & Gloucester, Ipswich, Lincoln, Newbury, Oxford & Peterborough.

Featuring the technology to seamlessly switch between an electric motor and a petrol engine, Jaguar PHEVs deliver the best of both worlds.

How do Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) cars work?

A petrol engine and electric motor combine to give you optimum performance and efficiency. Driving in full Electric Vehicle (EV) mode or combining it with petrol in Hybrid mode is completely up to you. In full Electric Vehicle (EV) mode, the battery can be charged by external power sources and regenerative braking.

What makes them easy to live with?

The battery in a Jaguar PHEV is able to deliver up to 34 miles (Jaguar E‑PACE)* and up to 33 miles (Jaguar F‑PACE)* of range from a single charge. This makes it perfect for daily commutes with zero tailpipe emissions when in full Electric Vehicle (EV) mode. It can easily be recharged overnight using a home charger or domestic plug socket, and with the ever-growing network of public charging points.

What are they like to drive?

A PHEV is virtually silent in full Electric Vehicle (EV) mode, and for optimal refinement, ensures a seamless transition when switching back to the engine. With the use of Hybrid mode – combining the electric motor and the engine – performance is precise and uncompromising, boosting power for smooth and spirited acceleration.



How do I charge a Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) car?

PHEVs can be charged using a professionally installed home charger, a domestic socket, and at many public charging locations such as gyms, shopping centres and motorway services.

Charging speeds at home¹

7kW AC home chargers: 0‑80% charge from 1 hour 24 minutes for Jaguar E‑PACE PHEV / 0‑80% charge from 1 hour 40 minutes for Jaguar F‑PACE PHEV

3-pin domestic sockets: 0‑80% charge from 5 hours for Jaguar E‑PACE PHEV / 0‑80% charge from 5 hours 30 minutes for Jaguar F‑PACE PHEV

Model shown: Jaguar F-PACE HSE

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Charging speeds in public¹

7kW AC public chargers: 0‑80% charge from 1 hour 24 minutes for Jaguar E‑PACE PHEV / 0‑80% charge from 1 hour 40 minutes for Jaguar F‑PACE PHEV

50kW DC chargers: 0‑80% charge from 30 minutes for Jaguar E‑PACE PHEV / 0‑80% charge from 30 minutes for Jaguar F‑PACE PHEV

Model shown: Jaguar E-PACE R-Dynamic HSE

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How much is charging at home vs. refuelling?

Based on driving Jaguar E-PACE PHEV 10,000 miles per annum, driving 50% in full Electric Vehicle (EV) mode. Savings are for illustration purposes only and are based on average UK fuel price and average UK electricity price. Savings correct at time of publication.

Cost of electricity per mile

7p

Cost of fuel per mile

15.2p

Fuel savings per year

£410

Fuel savings over three years

£1,230



Frequently asked questions

What affects the distance I can drive?

In full Electric Vehicle (EV) mode, your battery is the single source of energy for everything. So your driving style, the features you use in your cabin, and even the conditions you drive in will influence your range. To maximise fuel economy in Hybrid mode, your Jaguar’s Predictive Energy Optimisation feature uses the gradient and speed for a specified route in your navigation system to intelligently switch between the electric motor and engine.

HOW FAR CAN I GO?

Will a PHEV save me money?

Lower running costs, purchase incentives and tax savings are just some of the ways that the move to PHEV can be cost-effective compared to a conventional petrol or diesel car.

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How long is the battery warranty?

Jaguar PHEV batteries are covered for up to 6 years or 60,000 miles – whichever comes first.




Jaguar Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) Cars

Jaguar F-PACE

Our luxury performance SUV offers an exciting combination of Plug-in Hybrid efficiency, everyday practicality, dramatic design and sporty handling.

EXPLORE THIS VEHICLE​

Jaguar E-PACE

All the benefits of a Plug-in Hybrid with all the joys of a compact SUV. Jaguar E‑PACE is a unique combination of looks, agility and dynamic driving.

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Keep exploring electric

All-Electric (BEV) cars explained

Jaguar all-electric technology delivers sports-car performance with zero tailpipe emissions.

FIND OUT MORE

Mild Hybrid (MHEV) cars explained

An MHEV recovers energy normally lost when slowing down and internally deploys it as power to assist the petrol or diesel engine.

FIND OUT MORE



Contact us

MARSHALL JAGUAR CAMBRIDGE
01223 377600

MARSHALL JAGUAR CHELTENHAM & GLOUCESTER
01452 916009

MARSHALL JAGUAR IPSWICH
01473 215900

MARSHALL JAGUAR LINCOLN
01522 411230

MARSHALL JAGUAR NEWBURY
01635 922391

MARSHALL JAGUAR OXFORD (MILTON GATE)
01235 605326

MARSHALL JAGUAR PETERBOROUGH
01733 313335

Jaguar Land Rover Limited is constantly seeking ways to improve the specification, design and production of its vehicles, parts and accessories and alterations take place continually, and we reserve the right to change without notice.

*Official Fuel Consumption Figures: N/A (not applicable); Figures for the I-PACE in kWh/100km (miles): Combined 22.0-25.1 (35.4–40.4). CO2 Emissions 0 g/km. EV Range: 292 miles. The figures provided are as a result of official manufacturer's tests in accordance with EU legislation with a fully charged battery. For comparison purposes only. Real world figures may differ. Energy consumption and range figures may vary according to factors such as driving styles, environmental conditions, load, wheel fitment, accessories fitted, actual route and battery condition. Range figures are based upon production vehicle over a standardised route.

View I-PACE WLTP figures

¹Charging times will vary dependent on many factors, including but not limited to: the age, condition, temperature and existing charge of the battery; facility used and duration of charge.

²CO2, fuel economy, energy consumption and range figures may vary according to factors such as driving styles, environmental conditions, load, wheel fitment and accessories fitted.

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