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Our vision for a future fleet of lower carbon vehicles is built around harnessing lightweight engineering, hybrid electric technology and more efficient engines. Together with the Technology Strategy Board, we are leading the REEVolution consortium of UK suppliers and vehicle manufacturers to develop low carbon solutions for premium luxury cars.


One major step towards creating an exhilarating, yet sustainable, driving experience is Jaguar's XJ_e concept car – a parallel plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) that delivers CO2 reductions without compromising performance. With its downsized engine, the XJ_e produces 75g/km of tailpipe CO2, 70-75% less than the current non-hybrid Jaguar XJ. However, the performance is still comparable, with the PHEV achieving 0-60mph in less than six seconds.