The announcement was made at the company's inaugural Tech Fest, alongside the unveiling of Jaguar's stunning E-Type Zero, a fully electric version of the original series 1 E-Type convertible and several other projects JLR has up its sleeve. The company hopes that every vehicle built after 2020 will either be fully electric or a hybrid that makes use of both an electric motor and a traditional petrol-powered engine. It manages 0 to 100 km/h in just 5.5 seconds, a complete second quicker than the original model. As you would expect, the concept is a fully autonomous vehicle.
Also on display is the electric Jaguar E-type Zero.
Alongside the reveal of the Jaguar E-Type Zero prototype and the announcement that JLR plans to electrify every new vehicle it makes from 2020 onwards, Jaguar has issued what it calls its "vision for 2040 and beyond", with a new concept auto revealed at the group's Tech Fest in London.
The UK-based manufacturer has promised that all new models from 2020 will be fully electric or hybrid, which is being seen as a significant step beyond its unveiling last November of a single electric concept vehicle.
Unveiled during this week's Jaguar Land Rover Tech Fest, this reborn classic headlines a group of three prototypes, along with the I-Pace crossover and the aptly named Future-Type, a design study concept that presents a vision for what the brand's autonomous vehicles might look like by 2040.
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The technology will then span hybrid and plug-in hybrid technology, and finish with fully electric vehicles, like the production version of Jaguar's I-Pace concept - which will become Jaguar's first ever fully electric production auto when it goes on sale next year. "We're looking forward to the reaction of our clients as we investigate bringing this concept to market." says Hannig.
"Our aim with E-Type Zero is to future-proof classic vehicle ownership". It envisages a auto that will have a voice assistant called Seyer, named after E-type designer Malcolm Seyer.
The U.K. automaker's plan to offer greener versions of its sporty Jaguar cars and Land Rover SUVs comes as governments crack down on air pollution and Carbon dioxide emissions. The vehicle, a restored Series 1.5 Roadster, is completely original apart from its 220kW electric powertrain.