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E-lectric! Jaguar Classic has confirmed it will offer all-electric E-types for sale

Following an overwhelmingly positive reaction to the original concept for ‘the most beautiful electric car in the world’, Jaguar Classic has confirmed it will offer all-electric E-types for sale. The news follows the iconic EV sports car’s successful debut in concept form at Jaguar Land Rover Tech Fest in September 2017. Combining its restoration expertise…

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INFINITI Prototype 10 – the spirit of the speedster for an electrified era

Bridging past and future, the INFINITI Prototype 10 recaptures the spirit of early speedsters for an era of electrified performance. Revealed today for the first time at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, the concept represents a physical manifestation of INFINITI’s creative and ambitious plans for electrified performance. As a brand with technological innovation at…

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Jaguar’s electrifying I-PACE to have 5 year warranty and 8 year battery warranty in Australia

Jaguar’s all-electric I-PACE will bring a revolutionary ownership experience when it makes its Australian debut in November. I-PACE, the car that has rewritten the automotive rule book, will go on sale with a full five-year warranty, two years more than the period currently offered for any of its conventional Jaguar stablemates. The extended warranty will…

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Mini Australia confirms the plug-in hybrid Mini Countryman SE All4 will be available in 2019

MINI Australia have confirmed the plug-in hybrid Countryman S E All4 will be available in the Australian market from the second quarter of 2019. The hybrid system is composed of a 1.5-litre, three-cylinder turbocharged petrol combustion engine, which drives the front wheels. This engine develops peaks of 100kW and 220Nm and drives through a six-speed…

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BP acquire UK’s largest electric vehicle charging company – 12 million EVs on UK roads by 2040

BP today announced that it has entered into an agreement to purchase Chargemaster, the UK’s largest electric vehicle (EV) charging company. Chargemaster operates the UK’s largest public network of EV charging points, with over 6,500 across the country. It also designs, builds, sells and maintains EV charging units for a wide range of locations, including…

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