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Spy photos have been circulating for months of what was believed to be a Jaguar battery electric small crossover SUV. Now, British publication Autocar confirms the vehicle has the green light for production. The electric Jaguar is expected to debut by the end of the year and go on sale in 2018. There is no […]

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Jaguar returns to motorsports after a 12-year absence with its new Formula E battery electric race car called the 1-Type, which made its debut on Wednesday. Electronics giant and electric car battery maker Panasonic is the Jaguar Racing title car sponsor, and Lear Corporation is its official partner. Formula E is a single seat racing […]

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For the first two seasons of the Formula E electric race car series Audi has been a sponsor and gave technical support to the ABT Schaeffler race team. Now it’s expanding the partnership for the 2016-2017 season and will field its own full-fledged team beginning with the 2017-2018 schedule. The announcement was made yesterday, and […]

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In June, HybridCars.com reported that Mercedes-Benz was considering a new brand name for its upcoming line of all-electric vehicles, and it now appears the luxury carmaker has made a decision. According to Autoexpress, recent trademark applications have been filled by the company with the prefix “EQ.” The firm has asked to register everything from EQA […]

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Last March, Jaguar’s design head Ian Callum said that within two years the company would have something not powered by a gasoline engine available in the lineup. Now, according to Automobile magazine, the Tata-owned British automaker will have two of those somethings in the lineup: a battery-electric large luxury sedan and an all-electric small crossover […]

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Jaguar currently has no EVs in its lineup. That’s about to change. Automobile reports that the venerable British automaker is going to add two EVs to the model line in addition to refreshes and updates to the XE sedan and F-Pace SUV (themselves both new additions) as well as to the F-Type sports car. The […]

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Jaguar Land Rover is in talks with Ford and BMW about building a battery plant for future electric vehicles, according to British newspaper The Times. Executives from the U.K.’s largest automaker are negotiating with U.S.-based Ford and German automaker BMW on a plant with the capacity to power several hundred thousand vehicles. The plant would […]

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Late to the game, Britain’s largest car manufacture Jaguar Land Rover knows that if it wants to be competitive and be a player in the marketplace, it must join the crowd and develop autonomous vehicle technology. The luxury automaker isn’t going let everyone pass it by, so the company will create a fleet of more […]

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Could we one day see various brand hybrid or plug-in hybrid vehicles affixed with a discrete “Voltec Inside” badge on their flanks? Probably not, but that General Motors is willing to supply the second-generation Chevy Volt’s powertrain architecture to competitors is more certain, according to Automotive News. “We want to be the partner of choice […]

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Jaguar has announced next fall it will return to motorsports by way of the all-electric FIA Formula E Championship. The company bowed out from racing after a disappointing F1 season in 2004, but with the advent of electrification, the company also at work on electrified passenger cars sees synergy in the budding open-wheel EV series. […]

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