Jaguar Land Rover and BMW Group today confirmed they are joining forces to develop next generation Electric Drive Units (EDUs) in a move that will support the advancement of electrification technologies, a central part of the automotive industry’s transition to an ACES (Autonomous, Connected, Electric, Shared) future. The strategic collaboration will build on the considerable…

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Jaguar Australia is supporting its EV drivers with five years’ free, unlimited charging on the Chargefox ultra-rapid charging network Australia-wide.* Jaguar Australia has signed an official agreement with Australia’s biggest public electric vehicle (EV) charging network, Chargefox. The relationship makes Jaguar the first local manufacturer to formally support EV drivers through an agreement with the…

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The Jaguar I-PACE has demonstrated its real-world usability by driving 369km from London to Brussels on a single charge. The all-electric performance SUV began its intercity trip on London’s South Bank, with its 90kWh battery fully charged, before heading to the Channel Tunnel terminal at Folkestone. But unlike the 80 million vehicles that have made…

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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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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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Jaguar Land Rover and Waymo have announced the carmaker would sell Google’s autonomous-car technology arm up to 20,000 of its new all-electric Jaguar I-Pace SUV to be used in it’s self-driving service by 2020. Together, the two companies will develop the world’s first premium self-driving electric vehicle for Waymo’s driverless transportation service. Jaguar Land Rover…

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