The Jaguar XJ hybrid plug-in is set to debut in 2011 with targets of 50 km running on electric power, 25 kilometres on one litre of petrol, and CO2 emissions at only 120 grams per kilometre. It may sound like utopian ambition, but Jaguar is intent on achieving this aim.
According to technicians, a hybrid version with electric engine is enough to produce the above figures. In addition, according to Autocar, Jaguar is also working on a “mild hybrid” Range Rover Sport, while the production model of the LRX concept will have a 2.0 litre TDI.
© Source: eurocarblog
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