Jaguar unveiled its electric suv concept in the LA motor show.
Order books open now for the all-electric five-seater car due to be available in 2018 and combining sports car performance with SUV practicality.
All wheel drive transmission is powered by twin electric motors developing 400ps and a whopping 700Nm of torque.
Jaguar say the 0-60mph time is 4 seconds and range is between 220 and 300 miles on a single charge.
It comes as parent Tata Motors swung to a quarterly profit as exiled group Chairman Cyrus Mistry strives to remain at the helm of Tata Group’s largest company by revenue.
Net income was 8.28 billion rupees ($123 million) in the three months through September, compared with a loss of 17.6 billion rupees a year earlier, Tata said, but it was below expectations and shares dipped as a result.
The Jaguar Land Rover unit posted a profit of 244 million pounds ($305 million) with an 84% sales boost.