Range Rover EV to make its global debut in 2024

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is all set to launch its first-ever all-electric Range Rover SUV by late 2024. The new EV is expected to be produced at the Solihull facility in the UK, with bookings set to open later this year.

Although the initial battery supply for the new Range Rover EV will be from an external source, JLR parent company Tata Motors is developing its own gigafactory that will supply the EVs with its own batteries by the middle of this decade.

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JLR CEO Adrian Mardell has assured that the battery supply deal is secure and won’t delay the launch of the new EV in 2024.

The electric Range Rover is a significant step towards JLR’s plan to have all Land Rover models with a fully electric powertrain by the end of the decade. The brand is aiming for a 60% electric vehicle sales mix by that time.

Although the design of the new EV remains under wraps, it is expected to look quite similar to the current ICE-powered model. However, with a fully electric powertrain, the new Range Rover will compete with other high-end electric SUVs such as the BMW iX and Mercedes-Benz EQS.