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Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo SV – 1,877 horsepower virtual world racing car.

VIDEO: This is Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo SV. Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo SV racing car is equipped with four electric motors only for the video game “Gran Turismo”, but Jaguar also assembles a model the size of a real car.

In October 2019, Jaguar surprised many people by officially joining the virtual world racing with the Vision Gran Turismo model. Now, the British brand has surprised every fan once again with an even more daring, innovative version. Called the Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo SV, this “fictional” racing car is on its way to PlayStation in 2021 with a style that fuses both classic and futuristic features.

The new Jaguar electric supercar uses a mix of C-Type, D-Type, XJR-9 and XJR-14 design elements, but with an unusual point of improvement to accommodate a hypothetical futuristic racing car. Vision Gran Turismo SV has been completely developed in a virtual world using Formula E technology borrowed and then refined with the latest simulation tools.

The Vision Gran Turismo SV is extremely technical as its four-motor system produces a total output of 1,877 hp and 3,360 Nm of torque instantly. Jaguar did the math itself, and claimed the 0-96 km / h acceleration time was just 1.65 seconds before reaching a top speed of 410 km / h. Simply put, this will be the fastest racing car in the world if it exists in real life.

The official renderings from here may not be enough to accurately represent the size of the car. According to Jaguar’s statement, the Vision Gran Turismo SV is 5,540 mm long, making it 861 mm longer than last year’s virtual racing concept. However, this overall length does not affect the wheelbase, keeping the same 2,720 mm.

Compared to the previous model, the Vision Gran Turismo SV features a newly redesigned front spoiler and an opening rear spoiler to lower the drag coefficient to 0.398, an impressive feat for a vehicle. Race car.

The new aerodynamic equipment contributes to creating 483 km of downforce when the engine does not emit exhaust gases running at speeds of 322 km / h. Jaguar engineers have also developed a unique sound for electric motors that “are both Jaguar and futuristic” as they approach the 40,000 rpm fill line.

The design team of the Jaguar automaker has built a lifelike model of this electric racing car in real life for display purposes. Like every other Gran Turismo concept, it will never go into production because it is designed with the sole purpose of being used in the virtual world.

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