Jaguar Land Rover is targeting 100% zero tailpipe emissions by 2036.
Tata Motors chairman N Chandrasekaran has confirmed that the company will have 10 new battery electric vehicles (BEVs) in its portfolio by 2025.
At present, Tata offers the electric versions of the Tigor and Nexon. In fact, the latter became the best-selling electric vehicle in April with sales clocking 525 units. The Tigor EV and Nexon EV have a combined market share of 77%.
Meanwhile, Jaguar plans to give up internal combustion engines and become fully electric by 2025. The brand’s first all-electric car, the I-Pace, was launched in India earlier this year. Jaguar Land Rover is targeting 100% zero tailpipe emissions by 2036. It is said that 60% of cars sold by the brand will be purely electric by 2030.
Tata will be investing in charging infrastructure and will be exploring partnerships in cell and battery manufacturing in India. The company is also looking at setting up an automotive software and engineering vertical that will focus on connected technology, shared mobility and autonomous vehicles.
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