In 2024, first all-electric Range Rover is coming
Delhi : Tata Motors, the parent company of Jaguar Land Rover, is leading the EV revolution in India, but the premium brand has yet to introduce its first all-electric model. The business has now reiterated its product strategy, stating that the first all-electric Range Rover will go on sale in 2024, in a recent regulatory filing. Additionally, by the end of 2030, the brand will electrify every vehicle in its lineup.
The Land Rover is already available in mild and plug-in hybrid variants abroad. Given that 2023 has just begun, the new electric Range Rover is about to undergo its final stages of development. The two brand-specific architectures—Modular Longitudinal Architecture (MLA) and Electric Modular Architecture (EMA), the latter of which is only used for pure electric vehicles—will be utilised by the forthcoming EVs.
Land Rover now offers the Range Rover, Velar, Sport, Defender, Evoque, Discovery, and Discovery Sport in India. The Range Rover Sport and the flagship Range Rover are two of the most recent models from the luxury carmaker. Both of these high-end SUVs have beginning prices of Rs. 1.64 crore and Rs. 2.39 crore, respectively, and are available in gasoline and diesel versions. Here is a review of our first drive of the Range Rover in LWB configuration.
Jaguar sells the I-Pace on the open market right now. By 2025, the company promises to run entirely on electricity.