Jaguar Land Rover, soon to be known simply as JLR, has outlined its latest all-electric vehicle ambitions. Several new fully electric Jaguar vehicles are slated for launch in the next few years, including a new four-door GT sedan. The upcoming Jaguar sedan will rival the future Chevy Corvette EV.
The upcoming all-electric Jaguar four-door GT sedan will be the first of three reimagined modern luxury electric Jaguar models, and will be built in Solihull, U.K. Peak output is expected to be “more than any previous Jaguar,” with a range-per-charge figure of roughly 430 miles. The upcoming Jaguar EV sedan will also ride on a new unique architecture dubbed JEA. Pricing will start around £100,000, or about $125,000 at current exchange rates.
Jaguar states that further details on the new four-door GT model will be released later this year, with sales slated for select markets during the 2024 calendar year. Client deliveries are expected by 2025.
The new all-electric Jaguar sedan is only one of many new EV models that JLR plans to launch over the course of the next few years. The automaker has announced it will invest £15 billion ($18.65 billion at current exchange rates) over five years, with funds directed towards the automaker’s industrial footprint, vehicle programs, personal development, and new technology, including autonomous tech, artificial intelligence, and digital technologies. JLR’s manufacturing plants will be converted to all-electric production, including maker’s Halewood plant in Merseyside, U.K.
Meanwhile, for those who may have missed it, GM will electrify the Chevy Corvette brand with the introduction of a new all-electric Corvette sedan. Likely riding on the GM BEV3 architecture and motivated by next-generation GM Ultium batteries and GM Ultium Drive motors, the upcoming Corvette EV sedan is expected to be one of several new Corvette EV products coming down the pipe, with a new all-electric Corvette crossover also expected sometime in the relatively near future.