Jaguar, Land Rover Plan to Offer All-Electric Lineup, Phase Out Conventional Powertrains

By Paul Riegler on 16 February 2021
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Jaguar I-Pace electric vehicle

UK automaker Jaguar Land Rover announced a major shift towards electric vehicles.

The company, owned by India’s Tata Motors, said it would invest £3.5 billion  ($4.85 billion) in the move towards the electrification of its lineup. 

Jaguar will offer only electric vehicles as of the 2025 model year, while Land Rover will offer its first EV starting in 2024, and then introduce several more in rapid succession.

Land Rover was originally slated to debut an EV in 2024.

Jaguar currently offers one EV, the I-Pace sport utility vehicle, which was unveiled in concept-car form at the 2016 Los Angeles International Auto Show and officially announced in early 2018

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