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NewsNew Report Sheds Light on Future of Jaguar Lineup

New Report Sheds Light on Future of Jaguar Lineup

Jaguar current model plans revealed

  • Most models expected to continue as current until 2025 EV arrivals

  • Jaguar going all EV for 2025


Jaguar Land Rover has announced that it will be turning the brand electric-only from 2025. The plan is called Reimagine, and it will also see Land Rover moving to all EV, though on a slightly longer timeline. Now a new report indicates the end of life for some of Jag’s current models as well as what will replace them as EVs.

The chart from Automotive News shows that the Jaguar F-Pace, which received a mild refreshing just last year, will end production in 2025. That means that the current model will be on sale for just a single full generation and that the current refresh will be on sale for approximately four model years.

According to the chart, Jaguar is planning a new J-Pace crossover that will debut next year. That one is expected to be larger than the F-Pace, and arrive as a competitor to the likes of the BMW X5 and Mercedes-Benz GLE, rather than the X3 and GLC. Though it’s still speculation at this point, some form of electrification seems likely, otherwise, the model would be looking at only a three-year lifespan under current plans.

The chart shows the Jaguar XF sedan also ending production in 2025. That model saw a significant reduction in trim and engine availability in our market last year, along with what may be its last refresh. The I-Pace shows a redesign in 2025 with a question mark, and that the F-Pace will also end that year.

We know that future Jaguar models will be built on a to-be-seen EV platform and that the one in the works for the return of the XJ sedan has been binned. Just one platform will be used for all of the brand’s EVs, allowing for scale to accommodate different bodies.

 

 

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