Jaguar car brand to be all-electric by 2025
15/02/2021 | news | business | 1,958
JLR will launch electric models of its entire Jaguar and Land Rover line-up by 2030.
So castle Bromwich to become a car showroom while India moves production to Austria. Well HMG that's what you get allowing foreign ownership. Jag is no longer a British brand so should be made to put a swastika on the wing not a union flag Removed
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15/02/2021 16:23:17 1 1
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You could have made a sensible comment without resorting to that remark at the end.
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15/02/2021 16:28:17 1 1
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Doesn't matter who owns the brand - all big corporations have been outsourcing production to Asia for decades. Need a bit of "blue sky thinking" to entice manufacturers back here.
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15/02/2021 16:58:05 2 4
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Ah, the climate change deniers crawl out of the woodwork...

Why am I not surprised?
No one is denying climate change you idiot - just the cause - hint - its not us Removed
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15/02/2021 16:59:21 135 612
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Take the bus and give up this private car obsession.
Try that living out in the sticks !! If it was not for subsidies, there would not even be a bus service. If you want to go to work by bus, you will be lucky if you can start work before 09.30 in the morning as you cannot get there! Oh i know, let's get a taxi !!!!!!! Idiot !!!!!! Removed
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15/02/2021 18:02:35 0 3
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Personally I am looking forward to buying a cheap petrol or diesel driven second hand Jag - with a large engine-and tearing around the countryside in it parp parp!!
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15/02/2021 18:09:50 2 13
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5 seat Kia family car, all electric from £28k.
Who the f**k wants a Kia! Removed
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15/02/2021 18:57:38 1 1
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The first mainstream brand to come up with an affordable all-electric vehicle to cater for the vast majority of people will be Dacia.

With the help of their parent Renault behind the scenes, of course.

I'll be buying whatever all-electric Sandero/Duster they release under £15k in a heartbeat.
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15/02/2021 17:19:45 1 4
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We are in an interglacial period and in the long term we may need to increase CO2 emissions to survive by keeping warm. The world's population is mostly doomed if permafrost once again extended to southern England.
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15/02/2021 16:29:58 28 12
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Exactly said. I live in a village...my home is 200m from a road .... My village does not have Gas/ 4G or even a Terrestrial TV signal, Broadband is OK but not superfast.
Tell me HMG are going to give me a charging point on my lane...where all cars have to park over the curb...so that others can pass! Bollocks comes to mind!
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15/02/2021 17:40:04 21 23
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And costs you probably £60-70 to fill up rather than starting the day with a full battery plugged in at home costing about £4.
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15/02/2021 17:27:19 12 3
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They will soon start taxing fossil fuel out of existence. At about the same time I reckon they will start charging for the use of roads, using a car's modem and sat-nav system linked to a central database through 5 or 6G data internet. They could charge according to the road type, congestion, time of day etc and issue automatic speeding fines, taking the money straight out of bank accounts.
Please don't give the retards in government ideas! Removed
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15/02/2021 20:29:33 1 1
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Who is ‘they’?
The government you idiot Removed
15/02/2021 23:41:46 7 4
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Slightly different story in the Financial Times. They state it's all electric in 15 years, that is 2035, not 2025. Guess what, I believe them. BBC fake news as usual. What else can we expect from a Remoaner infiltrated institution. No wonder the Chinese have cut them off.
License fee payers have disconnected from BBC, but BbC don’t believe, most bbc website stories/articles probably written by CBBC drama writers as they think their readership is mostly children, still maybe jaguar has offered some bloke at BBC socialist HQ a free jag Removed
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Apart from the lids mining cobalt in the Republic of Congo.
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Make EV batteries in uk Removed
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They'll have to. Jaguar will fold in the UK as a result of rules of origin tariffs on their cars otherwise.
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BBC Coventry & Warwickshire 16th Feb 2021; "Coventry Airport could be the site for a 'gigafactory' - a plant to manufacture electric car batteries."
Tesla is the better EV car Removed