Nov 09

Jaguar XJ_e PHEV under development hits 112 mpg equivalent

 

By Philippe Crowe

By the time GM rolls out its 2014 Cadillac ELR, it will have competition either present or pending including known contenders such as the Tesla Model S, Tesla Model X, Fisker Karma, Infiniti LE, other vehicles we may yet hear about, and … maybe something from Jaguar?

Well, actually, no plans are known for a launch, but Jaguar is getting some decent results from its plug-in hybrid it calls the XJ_e.
 

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We just read that the Vauxhall Ampera did well at the RAC Future Car Challenge, and so did Jaguar’s experimental PHEV, which won “Most Energy Efficient Luxury Car Prototype” and “Technical Panel’s Award of Merit.”

The third-annual event was held from Brighton to London, UK on Nov. 3, 2012.

Jaguar Land Rover entered three of its Jaguar XJ_e PHEV engineering research cars into the event. The efforts resulted in a best-in-class rating, using only 1.2 liters of gas and 11 kwh of electricity over a 63-mile course.

This equates to an equivalent fuel consumption of approximately 112 miles per gallon.

The XJ_e project is led by Jaguar Land Rover as part of its strategy to develop best-in-class low-carbon premium products and is partially funded by the UK Government’s Technology Strategy Board through the REEVolution project.

“The three experimental XJ_e vehicles were brand new so this event was their first drive in real-world conditions,” said Pete Richings, director, Jaguar Land Rover Hybrids & Electrification. “They performed faultlessly and delivered performance that exceeded our expectations, a tribute to our engineering team who prepared them. Events like this help us not only to understand the technical challenges involved but also provide an opportunity to showcase promising solutions.”

The three Jaguar XJ_e PHEV vehicles are powered by a specially developed 2-liter turbocharged engine which is coupled to a 69-kw electric motor and a 12.3-kwh lithium-ion battery. This combo replaces the 5-liter V8 of the standard XJ.

(This 2.0-based PHEV powertrain sounds kind of familiar doesn’t it?)
 


 

Jaguar says its XJ_e can achieve a range of about 25 miles in all-electric mode and a maximum electric mode top speed of 75 mph. Performance estimates from Jaguar for the Jaguar XJ_e are a fuel economy rating of 87 miles per gallon and a top speed of 150 mph. Tailpipe emissions are 75g/km, which represents a 70 percent improvement compared to the standard Jaguar XJ.

The RAC Future Car Challenge is one of three flagship events owned by the Royal Automobile Club that took place on the weekend of 3 and 4 November 2012. The other two were the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run, the world’s longest running motoring event, and the Regent Street Motor Show.

Together these three events make for the largest free-to-see annual motoring celebration in the UK.

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    Nov 9th, 2012 (7:21 am)

    That Jaguar is keeping a toe in the water just substantiates what Mr. Lutz has asserted: that vehicle electrification is the way of the future.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (8:34 am)

    If my calculations are correct the Ampera should have used about 1/2 as much gas over the course. 63 mile course less approximately 40 miles per charge would leave 23 mile at roughly 38 mpg would use 23/38 = ~0.6 of a gallon of gas. Can we get the actual gas used? Of course the Jaguar is a larger heavier luxury car so they did quite well.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (8:45 am)

    So the Jag used 11kWh out of 12.3 in the battery? That’s a 90% depth of discharge. Kinda scary for battery life (unless they were allowed a recharge somewhere).

    Found this from their website:
    • The challenge is to drive an eligible vehicle
    the 63 mile/101 km official course from
    Brighton to London using the least energy
    possible within the 2hrs 35min minimum
    and 3hrs maximum time permitted.
    • Participants are challenged to use the
    least energy in both Vehicle Category
    and in Vehicle Energy Type with Royal
    Automobile Club trophy awards presented
    in both groups for Best in Class.
    • The Challenge element is optional. The
    entrant may opt out of having their vehicle
    energy measured and simply participate
    to parade and promote the vehicle.
    • Each participating vehicle must have a
    minimum of 2 adult occupants throughout
    the Challenge.

    http://www.futurecarchallenge.com/downloads/2011-downloads/Participate%20-%20Document%20Downloads/RAC%202012%20FCC%202012%20SINGLE%20PAGE%20BROCHURE.pdf


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (8:50 am)

    JDan: Can we get the actual gas used?

    This was in the article
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    Jaguar Land Rover entered three of its Jaguar XJ_e PHEV engineering research cars into the event. The efforts resulted in a best-in-class rating, using only 1.2 liters of gas and 11 kwh of electricity over a 63-mile course.
    ———–

    I’m not sure how many EV miles they did but it had to be more than 25. Otherwise that would mean they got 38 gas miles and only used 1.2 liters. That would be 120MPG in CS mode.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (9:22 am)

    “Derek Derenalagi is with Sir David Prosser, former Club Chairman, after completing the Challenge in his Vauxhall Ampera.”

    FutureCarChallenge2012.jpg


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (9:30 am)

    kdawg: (unless they were allowed a recharge somewhere)

    Just found this in the rules:

    7.3.4. Vehicle charging between the start and technical finish is
    not permitted.

    However, there was a halfway stopping point, which would have been a good time to do this.

    7.3.1. The length of the route is approximately 63 miles (101.39
    km) and will be sign-posted with orange RAC signs from
    the start in Brighton to the finish in London. Participants will
    receive full details of the route which passes through Crawley
    and Reigate with official Halfway Halt (coffee break and check
    point) at the Central Sussex College, Crawley.
    7.3.2. At the Halfway Halt at the Central Sussex College,
    Crawley all participating vehicles must stop for 15 minutes
    minimum to 30 minutes maximum.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (9:44 am)

    kdawg: So the Jag used 11kWh out of 12.3 in the battery? That’s a 90% depth of discharge. Kinda scary for battery life

    Actually, we do not know how the battery will react over time. Even GM didn’t know before launching the Volt. So they played it safe and so far it proves to be the right thing to do. Others might be less conservative.

    Maybe Jaguar only pushed the envelope for the contest; that’s a possibility.

    Maybe they will discover that a 90% discharge is not so bad for the battery after all. So GM Volt owners will have a battery that will last 20 years with minimum wear.

    We’ll see how it plays out.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (10:55 am)

    Tall Pete: Actually, we do not know how the battery will react over time. Even GM didn’t know before launching the Volt. So they played it safe and so far it proves to be the right thing to do. Others might be less conservative.
    Maybe Jaguar only pushed the envelope for the contest; that’s a possibility.
    Maybe they will discover that a 90% discharge is not so bad for the battery after all. So GM Volt owners will have a battery that will last 20 years with minimum wear.
    We’ll see how it plays out.

    If Jaguar just did it for the race, then it would be false advertising to list these as specs for a car they would sell.

    The exact % where it’s safe to discharge the battery is not known, but it is known that the deeper the discharge, the more risk.

    I’ll put the Jaguar XJ_e in the science experiment category, until one is for sale.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (11:11 am)

    Tall Pete: Actually, we do not know how the battery will react over time.

    Actually we do. You can test cells by running them through cycles at various SOC and at various temperatures. Yes there will be some uncertainty when you combine them in a pack and have actual drivers using them, but these tests give you a very good idea of what you can expect.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (11:34 am)

    ”By the time GM rolls out its 2014 Cadillac ELR, it will have competition …”

    My 2011 Volt reads 22,000 miles now. As an early adopter I had honestly expected to have numerous issues with dependability and software. The Volt is doing great. GM enginerring got it right.

    It’s now 2 years later. American battery maker A123 stock has fallen from $10.77 to 7 cents. Gasoline is being rationed in NYC. My suggestion… hold onto bonds and buy an EV.

    Got Volt?


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (11:37 am)

    I’m not sure how many EV miles they did but it had to be more than 25.Otherwise that would mean they got 38 gas miles and only used 1.2 liters.That would be 120MPG in CS mode.

    Even if the Jag went 40 miles on electricity that means they went 23 miles in cs mode which is roughly 72.5 miles per gallon. That is hot. I’m really hoping gen 2 gets that 2.0 L turbo that is rumored so we can see similar results. That would prove to anyone how superior this technology is.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (11:43 am)

    Sorry, I should have asked “Can we get the actual gas used?” – by the Ampera for comparison.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (12:49 pm)

    kdawg:
    “Derek Derenalagi is with Sir David Prosser, former Club Chairman, after completing the Challenge in his Vauxhall Ampera.”

    #5

    Go Derek! You’re the man. Forget the !@#$% Jaguar, LOL.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (12:51 pm)

    kdawg: I’ll put the Jaguar XJ_e in the science experiment category, until one is for sale.

    #8

    Science experiment/PR exercise. Heavy on the latter IMHO. +1


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (12:52 pm)

    Dave K.: My 2011 Volt reads 22,000 miles now. As an early adopter I had honestly expected to have numerous issues with dependability and software. The Volt is doing great. GM enginerring got it right.

    #10

    Ditto. +1

    33K on mine, no issues so far.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (1:14 pm)

    JDan:
    Sorry, I should have asked “Can we get the actual gas used?” – by the Ampera for comparison.

    63 miles in 2hours is only 30mph. The Ampera should have gone at least 50 miles on electricity.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (2:00 pm)

    I’m sorry, I forget: Who owns Jaguar this week? ;)


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (2:26 pm)

    While the Brits, Germans and others fiddle-fart around with experiments, concept and compliance cars – Volt owners drive to work and play everyday saving hundreds of thousands of gallons of fuel….

    Volt hit the mark. Volt is not a hundred grand, and Volt is not a two door beauty queen. Volt just
    used the Prius formula of not being just one version of an existing model – and Volt took that
    formula and proved people would buy a distinctive car with very groundbreaking capabilities.

    I yawn now when a manufacturer ( see Volkswagen, Audi, Rolls Royce or Mercedes…. ) teases a one-off at some auto
    show and claims it “just might make it to market”. Tesla has delivered it’s 1,000th Model S and
    has Roadsters charging around all over the world.

    C-Max and Fusion Energis excite me. Seeing that Ford’s hybrid version of C-Max is outselling the Prius-V…NOW THAT excites me! Seeing that we have a great chance of the EV tax breaks
    continuing and PERHAPS becoming $10,000 or EVEN A POINT-OF-PURCHASE REBATE excites me!

    I think the major automakers that keep teasing should just poop or get off the pot!

    RECHARGE! ,

    James


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    James

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    Nov 9th, 2012 (2:28 pm)

    fotomoto:
    I’m sorry, I forget:Who owns Jaguar this week?

    India’s TATA Motors, last I checked.

    :) Which brings me to that thought: If a guy walks by a TATA dealership and exclaims out loud, “Hey, NICE TATAS!”….Is he a sexist jerk?!

    RECHARGE! ,

    James


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    James

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    Nov 9th, 2012 (2:37 pm)

    OT: COFFEE TAWK:

    TATA Motors has announced it wants to bring a North American version of it’s uber-econo car, the
    Nano, to America.

    Is this a good thing or will they spontaneously combust TATA into Yugo-lore?

    DISCUSS!

    P.S. : Jay Leno has a hilarious video over at jaylenosgarage.com starring the Nano. I actually believe they gave him one as a gift for his non-shattering review…


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    Sean

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    Nov 9th, 2012 (2:57 pm)

    Hey people of gm-volt.com I learned something new!

    The Volt isn’t the only vehicle to use the same technology.

    The Moon Rover that was used on the moon back in 1969 was invented by GM and used similar technology when it comes to heat thermal and cooling technology when trying to keep the battery from draining when it comes to harsh temperatures.

    Also it’s wheels could fold up so it could be stored so it could take less space and as well be easily transported to the Moon Lander amazing!

    That documentary is Moon Machines on the Science Channel.

    Now if only GM could make a commercial about the Volt and tell those ignorant people that they don’t care about the car and mention about how similar the moon rover’s technology to the Volt is I’m sure they would change there minds in someways by supporting it.

    What do you think let me know?


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    Tall Pete

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    Nov 9th, 2012 (3:28 pm)

    DonC: Actually we do. You can test cells by running them through cycles at various SOC and at various temperatures.

    My wife has a cell phone. Had it for years (> 5 years) and the battery seems to keep it’s charge *longer* now then when it was new. No sign of wear at all. Despite the fact that the manufacturer said it would need replacement after ‘a few years’.

    How many is a few ? How come it seems to be working way better than expected ? Do we really know how reliable are the tests to predict durability ?

    We can cycle the battery all we want during tests, that’s never as accurate as actually using it in real life. We can only be sure that a failed test after 3000 cycles seems to indicate that the battery will at least last that long.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (3:29 pm)

    James: While the Brits, Germans and others fiddle-fart around with experiments, concept and compliance cars – Volt owners drive to work and play everyday saving hundreds of thousands of gallons of fuel….

    #18

    Amen. +1


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (3:34 pm)

    Sean,

    Speaking of Rovers. Y’all should check in on a regular basis and check up on the Mars rover Curiosity.

    Just go to this site for updates and photos of Mars:
    http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl/news/whatsnew/

    They think they may have some clues about how Mars lost most of its atmosphere (it still has some and there is wind on mars)

    Curiosity.jpg


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (3:43 pm)

    James: TATA Motors has announced it wants to bring a North American version of it’s uber-econo car, the
    Nano, to America.

    Is this a good thing or will they spontaneously combust TATA into Yugo-lore?

    #20

    The Nano supposedly costs the equivalent of $2500 US in India. I bet they could sell a few here for $2500, LOL. Alas, the story I read said that by the time they get it US compliant and put a bigger engine in it to suit US driving patterns it will cost $10K here. Good luck with that.

    They supposedly either are developing or already have a BEV version in India. It might make good competition for the MiEV. They could battle it out for that 1000 unit/year sales niche, hahah.

    Maybe they should take a lesson from Suzuki, which announced this week that it is pulling out of the US market. We have an Indian business associate who travels to India quite frequently. I told him about this and he just rolled his eyes and said, “They’ve lost their minds.” I think that the Yugo is a good comparison.

    Stories like this always remind me of the famous Tommy Lasorda quote, “This f____n’ job is not that f____n’ easy!”


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (3:46 pm)

    George S. Bower: Speaking of Rovers.

    #24

    Awesome! +1


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (3:58 pm)

    OT: Well after being disappointed with the Ford dealers offer on a C Max Energi; fully loaded, we have decided to buy a 2013 summit white Volt w/ bose and premium comfort trim pkg. There are no state incentives that I’m aware of but we’re getting: 2000 cash rebate, 1000 off MSRP, formula one pinnacle ceramic window tint, Volt window shade, and an 8 day free car rental for the Holidays! My wife said we are keeping this one for a long time; no buyer’s remorse! I’ve got to get ready now woo hoo.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (4:21 pm)

    BLIND GUY:
    OT:Well after being disappointed with the Ford dealers offer on a C Max Energi; fully loaded, we have decided to buy a 2013 summit white Volt w/ bose and premium comfort trim pkg.There are no state incentives that I’m aware of but we’re getting: 2000 cash rebate, 1000 off MSRP, formula one pinnacle ceramic window tint, Volt window shade, and an 8 day free car rental for the Holidays!My wife said we are keeping this one for a long time; no buyer’s remorse!I’ve got to get ready now woo hoo.

    #27

    Also awesome. You have been a loyal and valued contributor here. I’m really happy for you. +1


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (4:24 pm)

    OT, but the MSN web portal is running a feature right now, something like “10 Cars That Make A Statement”. One of which is the Volt, I’m happy to say.

    They’re a little to gushy about the “P-word” for my taste, LOL. But still it’s all good.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (4:38 pm)

    George S. Bower,

    George here’s the full size version.

    rover.jpg

    (TGIF) :)


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (4:59 pm)

    kdawg,

    Sh*t they were right there are lamas on Mars.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (5:01 pm)

    BLIND GUY:
    we’re getting: 2000 cash rebate, 1000 off MSRP, formula one pinnacle ceramic window tint, Volt window shade, and an 8 day free car rental for the Holidays!My wife said we are keeping this one for a long time; no buyer’s remorse!I’ve got to get ready now woo hoo.

    Yehhh Blind Guy!! You will love this car. Congratulations.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (6:46 pm)

    Normal SOC max for a Tesla S is 80%. Range mode is 100%, but you need to time the range mode charge to consumption, usually beginning within 15 minutes. The top 20% discharges very quickly and according to Tesla this causes accelerated degradation not the 100% charging. Tesla will also allow you to discharge down to 5-10% or less so long as you are prepared to connect it to a charger immediately.

    And they warranty their battery for 8 years and expect them to last 10-15 years too. They have more real world experience with BEVs than anyone so their confidence is apparently high on this.

    I expect the ELR and other Voltec 1.5 vehicles to be able to use 12-14+Kw of a 16Kw battery as the range extender ICE can do a better job of maintaining limits on max and min SOC than humans in a BEV.

    If and when GM might be prepared to modify the software on Voltec 1.0 vehicles to use additional battery consumption is anyones guess.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (7:52 pm)

    George S. Bower:
    Sh*t they were right there are lamas on Mars.

    I, for one, welcome our new spacefaring, thin-atmosphere-breathing Llama overlords.


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    Nov 9th, 2012 (7:56 pm)

    #19 WHAT?! Nobody likes my joke?!!

    Where’s Captain Jack when ya need him?!!! LOL

    Happy weekend everyone!


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    Nov 10th, 2012 (12:23 pm)

    Who calculated the 112 MPG[e]?

    I get 98 MPGe from the numbers provided.

    63 miles / [(1.2L / 3.8L/Gal) + (11kwh / 33.7kwh/Gal)] = 98.1 MPGe

    Also, if anyone was still under the misconception that the Gen2 Volt might use a 2.0L turbocharged engine, I think this example should help dispel that myth.

    That’s exactly what the XJ_e uses, and it has a top speed of 150mph. :P


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    Nov 10th, 2012 (1:24 pm)

    Jeff:
    Who calculated the 112 MPG[e]?

    I get 98 MPGe from the numbers provided.

    63 miles / [(1.2L / 3.8L/Gal) + (11kwh / 33.7kwh/Gal)] = 98.1 MPGe

    Also, if anyone was still under the misconception that the Gen2 Volt might use a 2.0L turbocharged engine, I think this example should help dispel that myth.

    That’s exactly what the XJ_e uses, and it has a top speed of 150mph.

    Here’s the energy equivalents they are using (I haven’t done the math myself):

    3.5. Within each of the 8 categories and 5 types, participating
    vehicles will be measured for their energy used in kW-h (as per
    the following energy conversion chart).
    fuel type, Qty, Energy content(kW-h), tailpipe Emissions (kg cO2), Well-towheel Emissions (kg cO2)
    Petrol 1 Litre 9.61 2.24 2.67
    Diesel 1 Litre 10.60 2.55 3.1
    Hydrogen 1 kg 39.70 0.0 n/a
    Electricity 1kW-h 1.00 0.0 0.59
    Source: Department of Energy & Climate Change, 2011 Guidelines to Defra/
    DECC’s GHG Conversion Factors for Company Reporting, Annex 11 Fuel
    Properties (http://archive.defra.gov.uk/environment/business/reporting/
    pdf/110819-guidelines-ghg-conversion-factors.xls)

    Here’s the link to the rules
    http://www.futurecarchallenge.com/downloads/2011-downloads/Participate%20-%20Document%20Downloads/RAC%20FCC%202012%20Regulations%2015%20June.pdf


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    Nov 10th, 2012 (4:52 pm)

    “By the time GM rolls out its 2014 Cadillac ELR, it will have competition [ … ] maybe something from Jaguar?”

    Approx 73K for a non-electric XJ, and the Volt available for less than half by that time with twice the range and 33% higher AE speed (or ELR likely less than the XJ_e as well)?

    What competition?


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    Nov 11th, 2012 (3:36 pm)

    There will always be an idiot who is easily fooled by the “import is better” lie, and will overpay for those expensive imported vehicles while the foreign manufacturers and dealers laugh all the way to the bank with that idiot’s American money. Only Americans with clear minds will buy American vehicles and products that support the American economy, their local dealers, and their neighbor service centers.

    We will see more competition, but we all know that the Chevy Volt is the leader, and that other local manufacturers (Tesla and Ford) are the next to follow.

    Raymond


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    Nov 11th, 2012 (6:43 pm)

    “Jaguar XJ_e PHEV under development hits 112 mpg equivalent”

    When it hits 100 mph all electric, then they’ll have something to crow about.


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    Nov 12th, 2012 (2:14 am)

    BLIND GUY:
    OT:Well after being disappointed with the Ford dealers offer on a C Max Energi; fully loaded, we have decided to buy a 2013 summit white Volt w/ bose and premium comfort trim pkg.There are no state incentives that I’m aware of but we’re getting: 2000 cash rebate, 1000 off MSRP, formula one pinnacle ceramic window tint, Volt window shade, and an 8 day free car rental for the Holidays!My wife said we are keeping this one for a long time; no buyer’s remorse!I’ve got to get ready now woo hoo.

    You poor guy! I feel your pain after waiting all these years! *

    *White Diamond tricot D6380!


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    Nov 12th, 2012 (2:18 am)

    Raymondjram,

    Isn’t Jaguar Ford’s brand using C-max energy powertrain?