Jaguar Land Rover will refresh its entire range of sedans, wagons, SUVs and crossovers by 2024, and introduce a new flexible architecture for all models.
The four new models are:
- Jaguar I-Pace, already released
- Jaguar J-Pace, due 2020
- Land Rover Defender, the previous model went out of production in 2016 – the new car is due in 2020
- Range Rover “Allroad” EV, scheduled for 2022
Some of the known replacement models include Range Rover Evoque – second generation coming in 2019 with a plug-in hybrid option – and the Range Rover – new generation coming 2021.
The company is also developing a new aluminum platform known MLA (Modular Longitudinal Architecture) will accomodate gas, diesel, hybrid and electric powertrains.