Jaguar aiming to launch three new electric SUVs in 2025: Report

With just one electric vehicle (EV) under its belt in the form of the I-Pace, luxury car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover has committed to being an all-electric automaker by 2030. Kicking off those plans, Jaguar will reportedly be launching a trio of new electric SUVs in 2025.

According to a report by the British automotive publication Autocar, the three electric SUVs will be based on their Panthera platform developed in partnership with Canada’s Magna International

First to launch will be a pair of smaller three of five-door models akin to the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo. Customers will also be able to select between single or dual-motor options.

The other electric SUV will be a larger and more luxurious model with a 200mm-longer wheelbase, designed specifically for the North American and Chinese markets. This model will reportedly only be available in a dual-motor all-wheel drive configuration.

The report also says that these new models will be more sophisticated and exclusive than the I-Pace. That will be reflected in the prices, which as of now are pegged to start at around £80,000 (~$125,000 CAD) for the two smaller SUVs all the way up to £120,000 (~$187,000 CAD) according to Autocar.

It will still be a while until we see what these new electric SUVs will look like. The first chance will apparently come at a “globally significant motor show” towards the end of 2024 where near-production concepts will be revealed.

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