wants you to have a eco-friendly holiday season, and the company is partnering with celebrity real estate expert Jonathan Scott to promote sustainable holiday practices. The company will also give one lucky sweepstakes entrant 2019 I-Pace
as part of its "Unwrap a Jaguar" holiday campaign.
| 2019 Jaguar I Pace Rear Quarter Jonathan Scott
Of course, Jag's centerpiece of the campaign is a fleet of 2019 I-Pace SUVs, all wrapped with a special LumActiv coating. LumActiv is made with titanium dioxide, which can catalyze airborne pollutants and volatile organic compounds when exposed to light, helping purify surrounding air naturally. The fleet of I-Paces, each designed with a holiday theme, will roam the streets of New York and Los Angeles from now until January 2.
| 2019 Jaguar I Pace Side Profile Jonathan Scott
Alongside a gift-wrapped I-Pace, Property Brothers host Jonathan Scott revealed nine tips and tricks to reduce waste during the holidays. Some of our favorites include skipping conventional gift wrap in favor of newspapers with interesting articles or your child's artwork. Leftover wrapping paper put into a nice frame can also be repurposed into holiday-themed wall d cor.
Scott also suggested stacking books in a tree shape to replace the conventional Christmas tree, or you can save space by putting a two-dimensional tree and decorations on the wall. LED holiday decorations and strands of lights require less energy and are safer to use, since they don't warm up like incandescent or fluorescent lights do. And finally, when the holidays are over, reused egg containers make for good ornament storage boxes.
| 2019 Jaguar I Pace Side Profile 02 Jonathan Scott
A sweepstakes giveaway will cap off the "Unwrap a Jaguar" holiday campaign, with the lucky winner taking home a 2019 I-Pace SUV. Those interested in entering (your author included) can head to Jaguar's holiday sweepstakes page at JaguarUSA.com/UnwrapAJaguar.
The 2019 Jaguar I-Pace has a range of 234 miles, as well as a 0-60 mph time of 4.5 seconds. We've sampled the Jag in the past and found it to be a really fun daily driver, although our attempt to take it on a long road trip
proved to be a bit stressful, owing to a sparse open-road charging network even in electric-friendly California. Its style, curb appeal, and performance are undeniable though, and we'd really love to find one under our eco-friendly tree this year.