According to media reports from UK, Tata Motors owned Jaguar Land Rover will overhaul its entire line-up in six years. The product offensive will also include three new additions to the portfolio and new variants of current model.
Keeping in mind the busy SUV trend, Jaguar plans to introduce a flagship SUV tentatively named as J-Pace. It will be a large format SUV with three rows.
Meanwhile at Land Rover, the Defender nameplate will be resurrected. In addition, thecompany will introduce an all-electric, road-biased model tentatively named as Road Rover.
The new model offensive will be activated around the launch of Gen II Range Rover Evoque. The new Evoque will boast of evolutionary styling and it will use improvised platform of the current car.
The Evoque will usher in several technology features, including electric turbochargers and Land Rover’s virtual see-through bonnet.
In 2020, Jaguar Land Rover will begin production of its new modular MLA platform. JLR say that the new platform will be flexible enough to underpin rear- and all-wheel drive models powered by either an internal combustion engine or an electric drivetrain.
Among candidates that will benefit from the new MLA platform include the next Defender and the J-Pace.