Jaguar Land Rover has become the latest car manufacturer to announce its commitment to going green with plans to launch only electric or hybrid lines from 2020.
From that year drivers will be able to buy any Jaguar car or Land Rover sport utility vehicles as an electric – plug-in hybrid or so-called mild hybrid – chief executive of JLR which is owned by India’s Tata said.
Ralf Speth said that the move will give customers ‘even more choice’.
The move comes amid mounting pressure from governments to cut emission and follows a similar commitment from Volvo.
BMW separately on Thursday said that it plans to be able to mass produce electric cars by 2020 and offer a total of 12 different models by 2025.