Jaguar offers a smaller crossover SUV, the I-Pace, so this new all-electric SUV will be the second BEV offered by the company. That is unless Jaguar’s all-electric XJ comes out before then but there have been rumors circulating that we may not even come to see the XJ. A publication citing anonymous sources in The Sunday Times revealed in November, that Bolloré may consider canceling the electric XJ sedan which the automaker is currently developing. There has been no confirmation on whether or not that is the case.
From the information, it looks like Jaguar will produce the new all-electric SUV at its Castle Bromwich plant. It is expected to have a WLTP range of about 300 miles (483 km), with several battery pack options that go up to 100kWh, as well as all-wheel drive.