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It seems that barely a day goes by without a motoring manufacturer launching its latest electric car. That’s not really a surprise given the announcement that sales of cars powered purely by internal combustion will end in 2030,meaning car makers are in a rush to transform their model ranges as the deadline approaches.
So the debuts of new electric cars are coming thick and fast, but the last few months have seen an ever-increasing number of car makers announce their plans to ditch internal combustion rather sooner than expected. One such is Jaguar, a company with an illustrious history of sporting and luxury cars, but a major change is just a few short years away.
In a bid to re-position themselves in an increasingly competitive automotive world, Jaguar introduced its ‘Reimagine’ strategy that set out its stall for the future. And that future essentially starts in 2025, the year in which company CEO, Thierry Bolloré, says the famous British car company will become an all-electric brand.
If Jaguar’s plans came as a surprise, the same is certainly true of Lotus – a company famed for its lightweight sports car and motorsport achievements. But that’s exactly what’s happening, the stunning Emira sports car recently announced to huge acclaim marking what they say is their “last hurrah with internal combustion engines.” Full electrification will arrive later in the decade.
And if you’re a fan of the MINI, the last new model to feature an internal combustion engine is expected to arrive in 2025. And it’s been reported that 2026 will see the same story for premium car maker, Audi, who are promising a blizzard of new EV arrivals as that date approaches.
Both Ford and Volvo have got in on the act, too, with the middle of the decade marking a major shift in the production and sale of zero emissions models before going all-electric by 2030.
Which brings us to one of the most recent announcements, Vauxhall saying that the “brand will focus entirely on full battery electric vehicles from 2028.”
There are big changes coming, then, and there’s no doubt that plenty more car makers will soon be revealing details of their electric futures. It’s an exciting time for the car industry and enthusiasts alike, and you if love electric vehicles like we do then there is a lot to look forward to. So how will your EV stand out from the crowd of modern cars that all look the same? We have a few ideas…
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