Jaguar Land Rover’s quest for low level vehicle emissions continues at this year’s Lord Mayor’s Show when next generation technology and future-facing design combine to deliver an electrifying display.

It will be a “low emissions” parade with the British public seeing the all electric I-PACE Concept for the first time in a major UK event along with two plug-in hybrid Range Rovers. 

As a proud associate of the Nation’s aircraft carriers, Jaguar Land Rover is supporting HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales. The two plug-in hybrid Range Rovers will depict both ships and will be accompanied by sailors from HMS Prince of Wales and colleagues from the RAF.

Much like the plug-in hybrid Range Rovers, both aircraft carriers are also hybrids, producing power for electric motors that drive the ships' propellers.

Jaguar Land Rover has had a long association with Invictus Games and travelling at the head of the JLR entry in a plug-in hybrid that depicts the Nation’s flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth will be three RAF servicemen and women who have suffered both physical and mental injuries: Cpl Stuart Robinson, Sgt Michelle Turner and ex-RAF Medic Michelle Partington.

The I‑PACE Concept is a preview of Jaguar's first all-electric five-seater sports car, bringing thrilling Jaguar performance to electric vehicles. Available from the second half of 2018, Jaguar’s first electric vehicle will deliver 700Nm instant torque, 400PS and 0-60mph in around 4 seconds. Next generation technology and future-facing design combine to deliver a zero vehicle emissions driving experience that remains unmistakably Jaguar.