Jaguar Joins the Charge: Tesla’s NACS Chargers to Power Luxury EVs from 2025
Jaguar Sets Sights on a Fully Electric Future with Tesla Superchargers
While Jaguar has remained relatively quiet on its electric vehicle (EV) plans in recent times, it made a significant commitment back in 2021. The company declared its ambition to transition into a fully electric brand by 2025. As part of its sweeping “Reimagine” strategy, the Land Rover division, a subsidiary of Jaguar, is slated to introduce six new EVs in 2024. This bold move will see Jaguar replace its traditional gas and hybrid vehicle models like the XE, XF, E-Pace, and F-Pace with all-electric counterparts. Meanwhile, Land Rover will explore both all-electric and hybrid platforms for its vehicle lineup.
A Growing List of Automakers on the Tesla Supercharger Network
Jaguar joins an ever-growing list of automakers that have embraced Tesla’s Supercharger network, highlighting the network’s industry-wide appeal. Notable brands such as Fisker, Ford, GM, Honda, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Polestar, Rivian, and Volvo have all recognized the benefits of partnering with Tesla for charging infrastructure. Reports suggest that discussions are underway with other major automakers like VW, Stellantis, and Hyundai to potentially join the network. Furthermore, Tesla’s Supercharger expansion recently received a $160 million funding injection, reinforcing its commitment to further develop the charging infrastructure.