Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY, a body demonstration at the ABB FIA Formula E races in Saudi Arabia, was subjected to tough cold weather tests when driving in the Swedish/Arjeplog facility Lake, located at the border of Jaguar Land Rover's polar circle. Jaguar's electric racing car, the I-PACE eTROPHY, has filled its batteries in the world's north-most charging point Jaguar.

I-PACE eTROPHY, behind the wheel of the Panasonic Jaguar Racing's  Formula E pilot Nelson Piquet Jr. was used up to the limits of the course on the frozen lakes in the region. In order to reveal the potential for eTROPHY on ice, I-PACE managed to reach its final speed of 195 km/h in driving in less than -30 degrees Celsius, cold weather, and traffic in the closed area.

I-PACE eTROPHY, which provides a balanced and safe driving experience on ice, was tested by Borusan Otomotiv team and professional BOM pilots. I-PACE eTROPHY promises stable driving without breaking off the road thanks to its superior safety systems.

I-PACE eTROPHY has been removed from the comfort zone today, and we've pushed it under zero temperatures. Said Nelson Piquet Jr. I-PACE has successfully completed this challenging challenge. Driving in frozen lakes and feeling the performance in these difficult conditions was an unforgettable experience for a long time.

To prove the effectiveness of the most advanced thermal management system of its battery, Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY for the first time on ice after mass production Jaguar I-PACE proved that it offers outstanding performance, efficiency and durability under conditions below zero. Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY, powered by 90kWh Lithium ion batteries like the Jaguar I-PACE, can be charged in 90 minutes at the Terra 53 50kW DC fast charging points on the Ice Academy. The Jaguar I-PACE can achieve a battery charge of 0% to 80% in just 40 minutes using a DC fast charge (100kw).