Last month, Jaguar Land Rover announced plans to go all electric starting in 2020. The British carmaker soon proved it was serious by showing off the stunning E-Type Zero.
This month, they’ve all but pledged their allegiance to going electric with the unveiling of the new Range Rover
Unlike the Range Rover hybrid — a model that drew its electric power from regenerative braking and offered just a mile of all-electric driving — the
Powered by a lithium-ion battery located in the trunk that's charged via a plug-in point at the front of the SUV, the four-wheel-drive
E-Rover (2 images)
Besides the vastly improved e-power system (which can charge in just 2.5 hours), the new Range Rover Sport features Pixel-laser LED headlights, a “Blade” infotainment system boasting a pair of 10-inch HD touchscreens and a cabin equipped with 14 charging points.
“The new Range Rover Sport strikes a compelling balance between dynamic capability, passenger
Starting around $81,000, deliveries should start at the end of the year and continue on as Jaguar’s electric makeover rolls on toward 2020 and beyond.