Tata Motors Ltd owned Jaguar Land Rover is planning to bring 6 electric models in India in next 12-18 months to push the use of eco-friendly vehicles said the top company official.
6 electric cars launch in next 18 months in India by Jaguar Land Rover
The electric cars initiative by the company is the part of the new way ‘Destination Zero’ which focuses on zero emissions and congestion to provide a clean and safe environment for the future.
The U.K based company also said that it is on a track to provide electrified options globally for its complete portfolio of vehicles by 2020.
In India, the company’s electric models include the I-Pace all-electric car and range of hybrid vehicles which comes under the Land Rover badge.
JLR Chief Executive Officer Ralph Speth said that “We are on track to fulfill our 2020 commitment to offering our customers an electrified option in every model.”
Land Rover is the first company to bring a premium all-electric SUV based on I-Pace, Formula E and the luxury sports saloon, the flagship of Jaguar all-new XJ added Speth.
Next year in the second half, the company will introduce all-electric SUV Jaguar I-Pace and some of the existing models will be upgraded with hybrid technology.
The company has built a strong foundation for this transformation as the environment is a responsibility for all and the automotive industry is working on it.
He believes that a lot of customers in India will be prepared to accept this kind of technology. This is just not for the sake of bringing technology but should also contribute to the environment.
Jaguar’s product portfolio in India will range from Jaguar XE Sedan starting price of Rs 40.61 lakh and going all the way up to the range rover price at Rs 1.82 crore onwards.
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