Jaguar Land Rover to make only electric or hybrid cars from 2020

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Jaguar Land Rover is the latest carmaker to pledge an electric switch | Credit: Jaguar Land Rover
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Jaguar Land Rover is the latest carmaker to pledge an electric switch | Credit: Jaguar Land Rover

Carmaker follows Volvo in spelling an end for petrol or diesel-only cars, despite not making any electric vehicles at present

Jaguar Land Rover has become the latest large carmaker to say it will stop building cars solely powered by internal combustion engines, two months after Volvo pledged to do so. The UK-based manufacturer...

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