The first electric Jaguar vehicle to come to market will be an electric version of the company's flagship sedan, the XJ. The development of the car is going to the same team that handled the previous Jaguar I-PACE project, the creation of the Jaguar I-PACE marked the first luxury electric SUV.
The project was announced as the company plant is being refitted to be able to support the production of diesel, gasoline as well as electric and hybrid cars. This means that one factory could produce every kind of car the company sells, from EVs to conventional engines.
The electric Jaguar will start production when the new factory is ready in 2020. It is currently unclear as to whether the company will release a gasoline-powered version of the Jaguar XJ.
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