JLR aims to have 60 percent EV sales by 2030.
Land Rover will launch six all-electric variants in the next four years, and the first all-electric model, the new Range Rover EV, will be launched in 2024.
Jaguar Land Rover released its Annual Report 2022. In the report, JLR shared its EV sales number and the EV plan for the future.
In FY 2021-22, 3% of the total sales of JLR were pure electric vehicles. The company forecasted that by FY2025/26, approximately 27% of sales would be pure-electric, and by 2030 it will be more than 60%.
The company announced that over the last year, the Jaguar team has been developing its pure-electric platform. By 2025, Jaguar will emerge as a pure-electric modern luxury brand.
JLR also shared the EV plan for Land Rover in the annual report. The company revealed that Land Rover would launch six all-electric variants in the next four years. The first all-electric model, the new Range Rover EV, will be launched in 2024.
Land Rover is developing two different platforms for upcoming EVs- the flexible Modular Longitudinal Architecture (MLA) and Electric Modular Architecture (EMA). The company expects to have 60% of global Land Rover sales to be pure-electric by 2030.
JLR is also aiming to become a net zero carbon company by 2039.
Our ambition to become net zero carbon by 2039 throughout our entire value chain requires a transformation in the way we design, engineer, supply, and manufacture our products. To secure our pathway towards this ambition, we have defined and committed to CO2e reduction targets by 2030, which have been validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), aligning the business to the 1.5-degree celsius emissions reduction set out by the Paris Agreement.
The strategy consists of eight distinct focus areas: electrification and battery strategy; Materiality and sustainable products; zero impact manufacturing and operations; responsible supply chain management; customers and new business models; an environment in decision-making; digitalization for sustainability; and employees’ cultural shift for sustainability.
These eight areas will enable us to redefine the way we design, engineer, manufacture, and even sell our products and services, said the company in the statement.
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