Jaguar's first all-electric SUV achieved 91% for the protection of elderly passengers, 81% for child protection and 81% for security systems. Jaguar I-PACE has reached the maximum number of points in a side-impact and side-strike event, managing to protect all critical areas of the human body.

The excellent result of the electric SUV means that the three Jaguar PACE family members - E-PACE, F-PACE and I-PACE - have the maximum five-star safety rating of Euro NCAP, demonstrating Jaguar's commitment to creating one of the safest cars in the world. Jaguar I-PACE is the tenth sequential model of Britain's automaker, which gets five stars for safety.

The lightweight Jaguar I-PACE bodywork provides high levels of strength and refinement. The body design highlights include the use of aluminum alloy elements for the first time in the industry and the first Jaguar heat treatment after creating the molds to increase the strength of aluminum alloys used in critical crash zones.

Jaguar I-PACE also contains advanced safety technologies to protect road users and pedestrians. The technologies include a liftable bonnet and an autonomous emergency brake with pedestrian and bicycle readers. Jaguar also designs a unique AVAS for its first electric car that alerts traffic participants when the car is approaching. The sound can be heard at speeds of up to 20 km/h and exceeds the minimum of 56 dB (A) required by forthcoming European legislation. The system has been tested in conjunction with members of the Guide Dogs for the Blind, the UK's leading charity, targeting people suffering from vision loss.

In addition to safety technology, the electric SUV offers a full range of advanced driver assistance systems such as Adaptive Autopilot with Steering Assist, Dead Point Assist and 360 ° Parking Assist.

The full safety results of the new Jaguar I-PACE can be found here: