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JLR plans to roll out eight battery EVs in India by 2030

Tuesday, 03 Oct 2023
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Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) plans to launch eight battery electric vehicles (BEVs) in India by 2030. The automaker will start taking orders for the Range Rover BEV for the Indian market by next year. Deliveries are expected to begin in 2025.

The company currently sells Jaguar I-Pace, an electric model in the country. India is a 'big strategic priority' for the automaker as it looks forward to an environment of subsidy push in the initial phase, charging infrastructure and good product (EV), as it counts on the positive outlook on the growth of the overall luxury car market in India.

The company plans to implement individual growth strategies to expand the Range Rover, Range Rover Sport, and Defender brands. The wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Motors aims to become a net-zero carbon business globally by 2039.

Earlier this year, Tata Group announced an investment of four billion pounds to make batteries from a flagship factory for Jaguar Land Rover as well as other manufacturers. The gigafactory, at 40 GWh in southwest England will be Tata's first outside of India and will supply JLR's future battery-electric models, with the potential to also supply other car manufacturers.

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