Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is set to launch half a dozen ‘electrified’ models in India over next 12-18 months.
The electrified versions are a part of JLR’s initiative ‘Destination Zero’ to achieve zero fatality, emission, and congestion to develop a safe and clean environment for the future through its mission
The plan involves offering an electrified option for each of JLR’s entire portfolio of vehicles globally, by 2020.
The electrified models in India would include a range of hybrid vehicles under the Land Rover badge and its I-Pace all-electric car.
The company was the first to bring a premium all electric SUV and now plans to deliver the world’s first fully electric luxury sports saloon, the flagship of Jaguar the all new XJ.
In India, the company would introduce pure electric SUV Jaguar I-Pace in second half of the next year. Some of the existing Land Rover models in India will also be upgraded with hybrid technology.
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