Auto manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover has announced that by 2025, their selection of cars will be exclusively electric. By 2030, the company will offer e-models of their entire fleet.
Jaguar will discontinue production of the full-size car XJ.
The company will keep its three British plants open, and the manufacturer plans to spend about $3.5 billion yearly on electric and connected vehicle technologies. Connected vehicle technology allows an automobile to connect wirelessly to devices around it.
Jaguar Land Rover also said it expects vehicles will one day be powered by hydrogen, and is therefore investing in development of hydrogen fuel cells. Hydrogen fuel cell prototypes created by Jaguar Land Rover will be on British roadways within about a year, the company announced.
India's Tata Motors owns Jaguar Land Rover.