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Jaguar I-Pace wins the 2019 World Car of the Year

Jaguar I-Pace wins the 2019 World Car of the Year

The New York Auto Show is underway, with some cars already debuting before the show even starts, but one of the biggest parts of the show is the World Car of the Year award, which goes to the Jaguar I-Pace this year.

The I-Pace managed to earn the votes from 86 jurors from 24 different countries, with it earning the top honors over the Audi e-tron and the Volvo S60/V60. The I-Pace is considered a huge deal for Jaguar-Land Rover as its the company’s first fully electric vehicle. With a range of 240 miles or 386 km thanks to its 90 kWh battery. It’s also plenty fast, hitting highway speeds in just over 4 seconds.

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The I-Pace won a few other awards from the World Car committee, including the World Design of the Year award and the Green Car of the Year award. For the design award, the Jaguar toppled the Suzuki Jimny and the Volvo XC40 while the Audi e-tron and Hyundai Nexo were the finalists for the Green Car award.

The full list of winners is below:

World Car of the Year:

Jaguar I-PACE

World Urban Car:

Suzuki Jimny

World Luxury Car:

Audi A7

World Performance Car:

McLaren 720S

World Green Car:

Jaguar I-PACE

World Car Design of the Year:

Jaguar I-PACE