All electric. What caught my eye was this quote “The problem is, electric cars cost more to design and build than conventional models, meaning it is currently hard to make a profit from them”. Really?Do they actually mean 'all electric' or just that all of their cars will have hybrid drives?
They've managed to build them sub contracted into a high labour cost country presumably without making too much of a loss. Things can only get easier!All electric. What caught my eye was this quote “The problem is, electric cars cost more to design and build than conventional models, meaning it is currently hard to make a profit from them”. Really?
All “Jaguar” cars will be fully electric, the LR range are coming up the rear.....it’s a bit more difficult for the LR range.“All Jaguar and Land Rover nameplates to be available in pure electric form by end of the decade; first all-electric Land Rover model in 2024”
So no, not all of their cars sold will be fully electric by 2025.
From now until 2025 all Jaguar's will have an "electric option". So yes does include Hybrids, but also Hydrogen and full BEV's. From 2025 all Jag's will be Electric (Hydrogen or Battery).‘Available in’ - so they will still be selling ICE albeit in hybrid form to meet fleet emissions standards.
"New CEO Thierry Bolloré has set a target for the British firm, owned by the Indian Tata Motors group, to become a net-zero-carbon business by 2039, including a major shift to electrification. By the end of the decade, every Jaguar and Land Rover model will be offered with an electric-only version.I did. Which bit did I get wrong?
I do hope you didn’t think they would stop selling ICE equipped cars by 2025.