Jaguar will only manufacture electric and hybrid cars from 2020

The British electric car manufacturer is joining the caravan led by Volvo and phasing out the production of new models with combustion engines.

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Auto manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover is following industry players such as Volvo and plans to only produce electric and hybrid vehicles from 2020, reports The Guardian.

Jaguar Land Rover is the latest major car manufacturer to announce that it will stop production of new models with combustion engines. The decision from Jaguar Land Rover arrives just two months after competitor Volvo set a target to stop producing new models with combustion engines in 2019.

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