Jaguar Land Rover stated that half of its new product lineup will be available in an electric variant by 2020. British car manufacturer announced this after revealing its maiden electric car.
Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover revealed its first all-electric Jaguar I-Pace Concept SUV at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show.
The all-electric SUV will be launched in 2018, this is the sign of more and more car manufacturers leaning towards environment-friendly technology.
Chief Executive, Jaguar Land Rover, Ralf Speth said, "We are shaping the future, developing our own approach to autonomy, connectivity and electrification to offer our customers more choice."
Last year, Jaguar Land Rover stated that it would double the capacity of its powertrain engineering centre in central England to develop more low-emission vehicles.
The eco-friendly car market is growing at a brisk pace in Britain. So this move from Jaguar Land Rover makes sense.
The manufacturer also stated that development of cleaner diesel and petrol engines are also part of this program.
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