Jaguar Land Rover (JLR)

 Green Vehicles
OEMs Name Model name Launch Supplemental Information
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Jaguar Land Rover (Tata Group)

Range Rover Evoque image

2019 A compact 48V hybrid crossover SUV
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Jaguar Land Rover (Tata Group)

Land Rover Range Rover Sport P400e

2018 A mid-size plug-in hybrid crossover SUV
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Jaguar Land Rover (Tata Group)

Jaguar I-Pace

2018 A mid-size electric crossover SUV
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Jaguar Land Rover (Tata Group)

Land Rover Range Rover Hybrid

2014 A mid-size hybrid SUV
Discontinued in 2018.
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 News
Apr 10, 2019

On April 8, JLR informed that on-demand premium car-rental service, The Out, is now available exclusively to London residents, offering city lovers a one-click solution to booking their next romantic weekend, family road trip or spontaneous get-away.
The Out is the latest in a range of shared mobility services launched by InMotion, Jaguar Land Rover’s venture capital and mobility services arm.
The Out aims to outclass traditional rental services by offering on-demand, luxury vehicles direct to customer's door.
The Out exclusively offers top-of-the-range Land Rover Discovery Sport HSE.

JLR Press Release

Apr 09, 2019

On April 9, Jaguar Land Rover India announced the start of local manufacturing of Range Rover Velar. Range Rover Velar will be available in 2.0 L petrol (184 kW) and 2.0 L diesel (132 kW) powertrains. Available in the R-Dynamic S derivative, the locally manufactured Range Rover Velar will be fully loaded with progressive design, technology and luxury features.
Some of these features include Touch Pro Duo, Activity Key, Wi-Fi and Pro Services, Meridian Sound System (380W), Four-zone Climate Control, Cabin Air Ionisation, Premium Leather interiors, 50.8 cm (20) wheels with full size spare wheel, R-Dynamic exterior pack, Adaptive Dynamics, Premium LED headlights with signature LED DRL, Park Assist etc.

Land Rover India press release

Apr 03, 2019

On April 2, JLR informed that it is developing the next phase of its aluminium closed loop strategy with an innovative recycling initiative to transform the vehicles of today into the cars of tomorrow.
The REALITY project aims to recover aluminium from existing Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles and reform it into a new high-grade aluminium to create new vehicles.
The process is currently being tested on early, pre-production Jaguar I-PACE prototypes which have had their batteries safely removed.
These batteries enter into their own second-life process which Jaguar Land Rover is developing while the scrap from the vehicles is sorted into various materials using high-tech sensors by Axion. Once separated, the aluminium scrap is melted and reformed.

JLR Press Release