In the game, the Vision’s three virtual engines will deliver a combined 750kW of power, allowing them to accelerate from zero to 100km / h in less than two seconds, reaching a top speed in excess of 300km / h. So you do not believe Jaguar would design a virtual car with any flaws, the vision has an almost perfect weight distribution of 50:50 and a curb weight of 3,080 pounds. There is also a ready-to-operate active Aero wing to increase the cool factor. The vision has a built-in artificial intelligence called KITT-E (you know, like Hello Kitty) that would interact with the driver via a holographic display if the car and technology actually existed. In the game, they are only there for the show.
“Jaguar’s design team has been given the full creative freedom to develop the perfect proportions and beautiful surfaces of this virtual Jaguar of the future,” says the automaker breathless in a press release.
While it’s easy to make fun of Jaguar in order to revamp an imaginary car, it should be noted that the company is by no means the first automaker to produce a concept car for Gran Turismo. In addition, the vision is in some ways more real than the concept vehicles that automakers use to launch motor shows each year. At least you can drive the vision, even if it’s just a video game. You can download the Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo Coupe at the end of November.