Road Rover is part of the Jaguar Land Rover EV project. This also covers the new XJ and J-Pace.
It’s already reported that Jaguar wants to bring back the XJ flagship brand as a fully electric sedan. This has already spied several times before the formal release set to take place later this year.
The British response to the Mercedes EQS and the recently unveiled BMW 7 Series Electric. It will the first beneficiary of the newly built Jaguar Land Rover Modular Longitudinal Architecture (MLA) architecture. By the end of 2021. The JLR will come out with two additional versions based on the MLA underpinnings. So, the large J-Pace SUV and the very enigmatic “Path Rover.
Although the J-Pace, expected to offer electric and traditional powertrains. It said to have “more avant-garde styling” and “more spacious interior” than the smaller F-Pace. As the specifications of the Road Rover remain shrouded in mystery.
We do know that the EV will go by another name. Despite the 2018 patent filings indicating otherwise. And will builts specifically for street use rather than off the beaten track.
Autocar writes that it will still be labeled as a crossover. Also, but it is likely to have a lower ground clearance and a slightly different, less bulky body shape. Perhaps it would something in the lines of a tall car than discussed here in the same vein as VW’s suggestion of having an Alltrack version of the ID Space Vizzion.
Despite Jaguar Land Rover producing as many crossovers and SUVs as it is, a bit of variety will definitely not hurt. All three models–XJ, J-Pace, Road Rover–part of a £ 1 billion (about $1.16B at current exchange rates) project in the Castle Bromwich and Solihull factory factories to them fit for the MLA network.
All three models–XJ, J-Pace. Road Rover–part of a £ 1 billion (about $1.16B at current exchange rates) project in the Castle Bromwich and Solihull factory factories to them fit for the MLA network.