Jaguar I-TYPE 6 is the most advanced and efficient electric Jaguar race car ever. It is the first FIA Formula E race car to feature both front and rear powertrains, as 250kW of power is added to the front and 350kW of power to the rear, doubling the regenerative power over the Gen2 model. and eliminates the need for conventional rear brakes.
Starting in January 2023, the Gen3 era of Formula E will bring faster and more exciting wheel-to-wheel racing to road circuits around the world. Featuring new cutting-edge technologies, the third generation of Jaguar’s Formula E race car will set new performance standards: 74 kg lighter and 100 kW more powerful than its predecessor, and now capable of more than 200 mph. Capable of reaching higher speeds than
Jaguar TCS Racing enters the 2023 season with a new, distinctive identity. The striking color palette includes carbon black, satin white and sophisticated gold accents, with the asymmetrical design of the Jaguar I-TYPE 6 livery creating two unique cars for drivers Mitch Evans and Sam Bird. Uniquely in Formula E, the Jaguar driver line-up remains the same for the third consecutive season, bringing valuable consistency.
The next generation of Formula E will continue to be a real-world test for Jaguar TCS Racing and Jaguar Land Rover, as the team develops and innovates new technologies to compete for World Championship success. will play an important role for Road learning for electric powertrain, sustainability and software technologies.
The innovation and technology transfer from the Jaguar I-TYPE 6 will enable Jaguar to be reimagined as an all-electric, modern luxury brand from 2025. Racing in the zero-emission motorsport category alongside the world’s most sustainable race car showcases Jaguar Land Rover’s own vehicles. Committed to achieving zero tailpipe emissions and carbon net zero across its supply chain, products and operations by 2039 as part of its Reimagine strategy.
Jaguar TCS Racing enters the 2023 season having recently been awarded FIA three-star environmental accreditation, the highest classification possible. This confirms that the team demonstrates best practice and commitment to environmental management while continuously striving to improve existing processes.
Ahead of the 2023 Championship, Wolfspeed has been confirmed as the Official Power Semiconductor Partner. The partnership builds on Wolfspeed’s existing relationship with the team since 2017, where its latest Silicon Carbide technology is used to accelerate on-track performance and performance. This comes as Jaguar Land Rover recently announced a strategic partnership with Wolfspeed, securing the supply of silicon carbide semiconductors for the next generation of electric vehicle inverters. Both partnerships will support the transfer of technology and knowledge from race to road with a special focus on performance.
After two successful years with the team, Microsoft is renewing its partnership as Official Technical Partner. Its world-class software and services, such as IDOL and the Vertica Analytics platform, are embedded in the team’s operations, enabling it to collect and process vast amounts of data, enabling race During more accurate predictions and time-critical decisions, leading to more points, podiums and wins for the team.
Wolfspeed and Micro Focus join an existing portfolio of world-class partners that include global IT services, consulting and business solutions organization Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), which continues its multi-year title sponsorship of the team. Is. In addition, GKN Automotive, Dow, and Castrol, and suppliers Alpinestars and Uncommon Jaguar are linked in pursuit of performance and innovation for TCS Racing.
This is the first season Jaguar will supply its successful powertrain technology to fellow British team Envision Racing, meaning there will be four Jaguar-powered Formula E cars on the grid.
Jaguar TCS Racing will race in Mexico City on January 14, 2023 for the first of 17 races in 12 cities.
After Jaguar TCS Racing’s biggest-ever points haul in Formula E last season, with Mitch Evans finishing runner-up in the Drivers’ World Championship, the British team will once again challenge for the world championship title in 2023. Working hard for
James Barkley, Jaguar TCS Racing Team Principal: “Opening day is always a proud and exciting moment for Jaguar TCS Racing, and more so than ever this year, as we enter the Gen3 era of Formula E.
“Season 9 is set to be the most competitive and exciting season yet, with an all-new all-electric race car, the Jaguar I-TYPE 6, iconic cities added to the calendar and a new design from our team. has transformed the car, a work of art in line with our modern luxury vision for Jaguar.
“We are very excited to welcome Wolfspeed to the team as our official power semiconductor partner. Their expertise in silicon carbide technology will contribute significantly to our powertrain performance.
“Along with our title partner, Tata Consultancy Services, new and existing organizations, we have a strong portfolio of partners, each supporting the team and leveraging their expertise to accelerate relevant sustainable technologies. brings
“As we head into our seventh season in Formula E, I’m reflecting on how far we’ve come as a team. Jaguar TCS Racing has an important role to play beyond racetrack success, And it’s an honor to play our part in supporting Jaguar’s reimagining as an all-electric brand from 2025.
“I’m incredibly proud of what we achieved last season, we had the biggest points to date, but we know we can do better, and we’re here. We are confident in the strength of the Jaguar I-TYPE 6 and our talented team and I look forward to what this season will bring.
Mitch Evans, Jaguar TCS Racing Driver #9: “Last season was my best to date, finishing runner-up in the Drivers’ World Championship, so we are determined to go one better this season.
“The new Jaguar I-TYPE 6 gives us a lot to play with, with more power and speed, and the team and I are working tirelessly to ensure we use this to our advantage. Make the most of it. Formula E is such a competitive category, but I can’t wait for the season to start in January and fight to win both the Drivers’ and Teams’ World Championships.
Sam Bird, Jaguar TCS Racing driver No. 10: “Last season was full of ups and downs for me and I couldn’t finish the season due to injury. I’ve taken the offseason to reset, come back strong and I’m hungrier than ever to do well for the team. We’re focusing all our efforts on the Jaguar I-TYPE 6, and I’m really looking forward to getting back out there for my third season with the team and showing everyone what we can do.”
Jay Cameron, Wolfspeed Senior Vice President and General Manager, Power Business: “Wolfspeed is proud to strengthen its relationship with Jaguar Land Rover by serving as Jaguar TCS Racing’s Official Power Semiconductor Partner. Our Silicon Carbide semiconductor technology in the Jaguar I-TYPE 6 is a high performance electric Creates an ‘Innovation Lab on Wheels’ to improve the performance of the powertrain in the vehicle.
“Our collaboration with Jaguar TCS Racing in the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship will support our shared goal of translating innovation from the race to the road and will enable Wolfspeed to position Jaguar TCS Racing as the ultimate competitor on the track. Support it.”