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JLR Unveils 3 Low and Zero-emission Platforms at CENEX

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Jaguar Land Rover has unveiled several low and zero emission powertrain technologies at the CENEX Low Carbon Vehicle event. JLR showcased the technologies in 3 concepts that wore the "Concept_e" badge, one of which was an electric drive module (eDM) developed completely in house.

“This is a long-term Jaguar Land Rover research project exploring all aspects of future hybrid and battery electric vehicle technology. The three Concept_e vehicles will allow us to test and develop exciting new potential technologies that could form part of our low and zero emissions vision beyond 2020," said Dr Wolfgang Epple, Director of Research and Technology, Jaguar Land Rover.

The Concept_e MHEV is a mild hybrid that is using an Evoque donor car. The powertrain combines a prototype diesel engine with 90 horsepower and a 48V electrical system that is powered by a 48-volt lithium ion battery pack.

The Concept_e PHEV is JLR's plug-in hybrid project. It uses a prototype petrol engine that makes 300 horsepower and an eight-speed transmission in a Range Rover Sport mule. The internal combustion engine is assisted by an electric motor that is powered by a 320-volt Li-ion battery.

Finally, the Concept_e BEV (Battery Electric Vehicle) is built on JLR's aluminum architecture, modified to fit a 70 kWh HV Li-ion traction battery and electric axle drive.
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How much hp will the full electric model have and is there any information on how far it can travel on one charge?
Found it weird they didn't list anything on regenerative power since that does help the everyday driver, especially with regen systems that are already on the market among those that have yet to come out which this may have.
Keep in mind these are concepts, I'm sure there will be more details when the tech reaches production. Right now they are still figuring things out.
Keep in mind these are concepts, I'm sure there will be more details when the tech reaches production. Right now they are still figuring things out.

Chances are we could see some test mules out before hearing more about it, best way to build up further hype around these.
I have reason to believe that a future Jaguar supercar could very well come with a hybrid system, following the trend other supercars are and something to last them for a while, keeping them relevant for the time being.
I think you are right. I think the first hybrid they do will be an FPace and then an XE. After that a supercar would be cool.
They already have a supercar currently as a prototype so who knows by time it gets into our hands it could go hybrid!
Turns out the supercar is a hybrid

Jaguar engineers combined a 1.6-liter turbo supercharged four-cylinder engine (that delivers 502 horsepower) with two electric motors (390 horsepower) for a total output that exceeds 850 horsepower.
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