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Jaguar goes 100 percent electric as UK's answer to Tesla

The British manufacturer aims to completely electrify its fleet for the future automotive market.

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As a counterpart to US electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla, the UK's Jaguar will now bank on EV production with the goal of becoming a complete electric car maker within the next four years.

This radical change for Jaguar is being well received in the UK and seen by sector association the Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders (SMMT) as a source of inspiration for strategy changes across the country's car industry, reports The Times.

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