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New JLR Models to Offer Electric, Hybrid Options by 2020

Jaguar Land Rover Ltd. says it will begin offering hybrid and all-electric powertrain options on all new models, beginning in 2020.
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Jaguar Land Rover Ltd. says it will begin offering hybrid and all-electric powertrain options on all new models, beginning in 2020.

JLR also plans to introduce its first all-electric model, the Jaguar I-Pace electric crossover vehicle (pictured), in 2018. The company says it has 25,000 orders for the five-seater. Next up will be plug-in hybrid versions of the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport large SUVs.

The company also has shown the Jaguar Future-Type, a fully autonomous EV that features an ultra-high-tech steering wheel equipped with artificial intelligence. JLR says the device is able to answer questions, organize travel, place orders to restock the owner’s refrigerator and more.

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