In 2019, Jaguar sold a total of 17,355 I-Paces worldwide. This result does not seem amazing, but it is enough for a luxury electric SUV that sells for more than 600,000. Recently, Jaguar Land Rover Group intends to further consolidate its influence in the field of new energy.
According to the latest news, Jaguar Land Rover Group currently has three new pure electric models that will meet you in the near future, including the next-generation pure electric Jaguar XJ, a pure electric crossover SUV Jaguar J-Pace and an internally named "Road Rover" Land Rover crossover SUV.
Figure: Jaguar XJ pure electric road test spy photos
All three vehicles are based on Jaguar Land Rover's new modular platform MLA. This platform is widely used in pure electric, plug-in hybrid and fuel vehicles. According to the plan, all three vehicles will be available around 2021. Currently, Jaguar Land Rover It has been confirmed that these three vehicles will be put into production at its factories in Castle Bromwich and Solihull, and Jaguar Land Rover will also invest 1 billion euros in the reconstruction of the two factories.
The Jaguar Land Rover Group, whose fuel car performance has been declining year by year, seems to be planning to use new energy vehicles as its next breakthrough point. After the electrification has completely avoided the "love bad" and "small fault" labels, the British The luxury brand of wind may have the opportunity to "turn upwind."