According to Autocar, the product planning department for Jaguar has reportedly drawn up a scheme wherein all of its current internal combustion-powered products would be phased out within five to seven years.
Leading this electric assault is a full size luxury sedan to replace the XJ which is reportedly aiming to compete against the likes of the Porsche Taycan and Tesla Model S with a bigger focus on luxury and not outright performance.
At the end of their model cycles in 2023, Jaguar’s XE and XF will reportedly bow out for a midsize electric crossover, with a second-generation I-Pace following in 2025. The E-Pace and F-Pace are also alleged to retire that year, leaving the J-Pace as the sole internal combustion holdout until its elimination in 2027.
Of course, this is all according to a plan for the upcoming decade that has yet to be approved by Jaguar so we can all relax for a little bit longer.