Jaguar Land Rover
In September 2017, Jaguar Land Rover announced that all new Jaguar and Land Rover models launched from the 2020 model year will have an all-electric or hybrid powertrain option. The company also intends to make all of its Jaguar models fully electric by 2025 and create electronic models of all of its cars by 2030.
In October 2017, JLR announced that its electrification programme will start with the Range Rover Sport P400e for the 2018 model year, a plug-in hybrid model due in the showrooms in late 2017. and be followed by the launch of a plug-in hybrid Range Rover due in 2018 for the 2019 model year.
Jaguar Land Rover paid $49.5 million in fines for missing its American Corporate Average Fuel Economy targets over the 2009–13 model years.
At the beginning of June 2019, JLR and BMW announced that they will collaborate "to develop next generation electric drive units".