'Huge step for British car manufacturing': Jaguar targets fully electric vehicle range by 2025

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The Jaguar I-Pace is currently the brands only pure-electric vehicle | Credit: JLR
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The Jaguar I-Pace is currently the brands only pure-electric vehicle | Credit: JLR

Jaguar Land Rover aims to spend £2.5bn annually on electrifying its range as it strives to become a net zero company by 2039

All cars built under the Jaguar brand will be fully electric by 2025, Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has announced, as the UK-based automotive firm today unveiled its new strategy to become a net zero business...

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