Jaguar has announced that all the cars it produces will be either electric or hybrid by 2020 in a bold bid to join the auto-industry’s rapidly growing green movement. The move will place Jaguar in the ranks of Ferrari and Volvo, as well as other industry giants, who have also pledged to create entirely electric or hybrid models in the next few years.
Owned by the Indian company Tata Motors, the British-based Jaguar will also be offering its first fully electric model as soon as 2017, if all goes according to plan.
The auto industry has convinced itself it needs to produce more electric vehicles, but there’s one more decision to make – should it go for battery only, or plug-in hybrid. At the moment, the future looks to be with plug-in hybrids....
Jaguar Land Rover will make all its new vehicles available in electric or hybrid models from 2020, it said on Thursday, two months after a similar announcement from Volvo.
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Volvo will become the first major auto maker to abandon the conventional car engine—technology that has powered the industry for more than a century. All new Volvo models from 2019 would be either fully electric or a hybrid.