Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) bosses have confirmed the existence of an all-electric Range Rover – and revealed that it and the upcoming Jaguar XJ EV have been delayed due to spending cuts during the pandemic.

  • JLR to reveal all-electric Range Rover and Jaguar XJ in October and November 2020
  • Both EVs will be based on the all-new MLA architecture
  • JLR to cut investment on future models

When will the EVs be revealed?

Talking to investors, JLR’s chief financial officer Adrian Mardell said the two EVs will be revealed in October and November 2020, instead of their planned unveilings in August and September.

The two cars will be based on the Tata-owned British brand’s all-new MLA architecture and will be siblings under the skin. Very little is known about the battery-electric Range Rover, but it’s expected to be slightly lower in profile than the Velar, though of a…

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