I suspect these may be the 320 PS variant.
Quite a nice-sized order for Jaguar, though.
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles ... ving-fleet
Waymo and Jaguar Team Up With 20,000 Car Self-Driving Fleet
...Under the accord, Alphabet Inc.’s Waymo will integrate its self-driving system into Jaguar’s I-Pace electric SUVs, the first all-electric offering from the luxury unit of Tata Motors Ltd. Waymo said it plans to place 20,000 autonomous I-Pace vehicles on the road for tests in 2018. By 2020, the vehicles will become part of Waymo’s ride-hailing taxi service, set to begin this year...
The companies didn’t disclose financial terms, but Waymo is planning to purchase the I-Pace vehicles, which sell for $69,500. That would place Waymo’s payment for the deal at more than $1.3 billion.
Jaguar CEO Ralf Speth said he’d already “ringfenced” the 20,000 I-Paces for Waymo.The vehicle will go on sale to the general public in the U.S. toward the end of this year. He emphasized the partnership as a way for Jaguar to embrace new forms of transportation while preserving the thrill of driving that attracts new-car buyers..
A more plausible delivery schedule reported here;
https://www.theguardian.com/technology/ ... land-rover
...Jaguar will deliver its vehicles for Waymo’s ride-hailing from 2020 to 2022. Waymo says the 20,000 I-Pace models will provide up to 1m rides per day...