All about 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

2019 A compact 48V hybrid crossover SUV
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Land Rover Range Rover Sport P400e

2018 A mid-size plug-in hybrid crossover SUV
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Jaguar I-Pace

2018 A mid-size electric crossover SUV
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Land Rover Range Rover Hybrid

2014 A mid-size hybrid SUV
Discontinued in 2018.
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 News
Jun 06, 2019

On June 6, Jaguar Land Rover India announced the launch of the New 2.0L high-powered Ingenium diesel variant of Land Rover Discovery.
It produces a power output of 177 kW and peak torque of 500 Nm. This advanced engine is the first Jaguar Land Rover powerplant to feature series sequential turbo technology to deliver its additional thrust. 
It has a best-in-class approach angle (34°), ramp angle (27.5°) and departure angle (30°), a water wading depth capability of 900 mm and a 3 500 kg towing capacity.
The Discovery 2.0L diesel offers a rich set of features to choose from, including electrically reclining seats, intelligent seat fold, four-zone climate control, powered third row seats,  a panoramic sunroof, cabin air ionisation, 360° surround camera, adaptive cruise control, Protect and Remote. 

Land Rover India press release

Jun 05, 2019

On June 6, Jaguar Land Rover and BMW Group announced that they are joining forces to develop next generation Electric Drive Units (EDUs). The agreement will enable both companies to take advantage of efficiencies arising from shared research and development and production planning as well as economies of scale from joint procurement across the supply chain.
A joint team of BMW Group and Jaguar Land Rover experts located in Munich will be tasked with further developing the Gen 5 power units with production of the electric drivetrains to be undertaken by each partner in their own manufacturing facilities.
For Jaguar Land Rover this will be at its Wolverhampton-based Engine Manufacturing Centre (EMC). The EMC will be complemented by the recently announced Battery Assembly Centre at Hams Hall, near Birmingham, in supplying electrified powertrain systems to Jaguar Land Rover's global vehicle plants.
Starting next year, the BMW Group will introduce this electric drive unit, the fifth generation (“Gen 5”) of its eDrive technology, with the BMW iX3 Sports Activity Vehicle. The Gen 5 electric drive unit will be the propulsion system upon which subsequent evolutions launched together with Jaguar Land Rover will be based.

BMW press release/Tata Motors press release

May 29, 2019

On May 29, Jaguar Land Rover developed a steering wheel that could help keep drivers’ eyes on the road – by using heat to tell drivers when to turn left or right.
The research, in partnership with Glasgow University, has created a ‘sensory steering wheel’, parts of which can be quickly heated and cooled to inform drivers where to turn, when to change lane or to warn of an approaching junction. This could be particularly useful when visibility is reduced through poor weather or the layout of the road.
The technology has also been applied to the gear-shift paddles to indicate when hand over from the driver to autonomous control in future self-driving vehicles is complete.

Jaguar Land Rover Press Release