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JLR to become electric-only brand from 2025

Luxury carmaker Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) said that by 2025 they will be all-electric. Meanwhile, its Land Rover brand will release its first all-electric vehicle in 2024, with the first six fully electric models planned for more than the next five years releases. The transition to Jaguar Land Rover will be invested by £ 2.5 billion (about $ 3.5 billion) in a year of electrification and related technologies, Bloomberg reports.

JLR plans are ambitious, but the Jaguar Land Rover has earlier slowed electrification. It is the only fully electric car ever built, the Jaguar I-Pace SUV, which Bloomberg notes has fought to inroads against more established electric car manufacturers.

JLR, owned by the Indian conglomerate Tata, will phase out the internal combustion engine for its struggling Jaguar brand by 2025, as Jaguar Land Rover goals to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2039.

The JLR will use three architectures to support the electrical transition: two dedicated to Land Rover and a new battery EV platform exclusive to Jaguar, details of which will follow at a later date.




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Earlier, I have been a part of Asian News International (ANI) as a Sub-editor cum Producer.

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