This isn’t Jaguar’s first foray into the digital world of video games, and their latest entry is definitely no slouch. Introducing the Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo SV. Powered by four electric motors that generate a combined 1,877 horsepower and 2,478 pound-feet of torque, which means it can accelerate from 0-60 mph in a mere 1.65 seconds, while topping out at 255 mph. Just how large is this beast? An impressive 218.1 inches long with a 107 inch wheelbase.
Aesthetically, you’ll probably notice the C-type and D-type-inspired fenders, which even with the additional motor driving the front axle, keeps the wheelbase unchanged. To keep all this power down to the ground, it now comes equipped with a new front splitter as well as a new deployable rear wing. A fully enclosed, sculpted underbody is designed to accelerate airflow, thus reducing its pressure and helping to reduce lift. All of these improvements mean that it has a drag coefficient of just Cd 0.398, while also generating 1064-pounds of downforce at 200mph. You’ll be able to play this in Gran Turismo next year on the Playstation.
- With the Hot Wheels Total Turbo Takeover Track Set, kids can design and build multiple track set-ups for racing and stunting thrills.
- The set includes a 2-way booster that propels cars along the track and powers them through multiple loops.
- Kids hone their problem-solving skills with each track build as they work through creating the fastest and most exciting courses.
Jaguars created for the race track and the road have always shared the same DNA – whether that’s the D-type and XKSS, or the I-PACE and the I-TYPE. So, when the design team behind the Vision GT Coupé were asked to create the ultimate electric gaming endurance racer for Gran Turismo, they worked with engineers from SV and Jaguar Racing to create something really special. The Vision GT SV is a dramatic and visually arresting car which showcases what’s possible when the traditional boundaries governing real-world car design are completely removed,” said Julian Thomson, Design Director, Jaguar.