“As part of its Destination Zero strategy: zero emissions, zero congestion, zero accidents, Jaguar Land Rover is developing autonomous, connected, electric and shared mobility technology, which will feature in a growing number of Jaguar and Land Rover models exported around the world in the future,” the statement added.
Earlier this month, JLR
had unveiled plans to produce a range of new electrified vehicles in the UK as it prepares to offer electrified options for all Jaguar and Land Rover models from 2020.
The Tata Group company said it continues to implement Project Charge, its 2.5 billion pound programme to improve long-term profitability and cash flow.
The support was announced after outgoing British Prime Minister Theresa May held a summit with car and energy industry leaders at 10 Downing Street on Monday morning, during which the she outlined her commitment to keep the UK a leader in the global automotive sector and transitioning Britain to electric vehicles.