Jaguar to Reveal 4-Door GT in 2024

  • New GT first of three upcoming Jaguar EVs
  • Global reveal next year
  • Battery pack to offer 700 kms of range

Jaguar to Reveal 4-Door GT in 2024

Jaguar is set to undergo one of the biggest changes in its storied history. The automaker will be reborn from nearly the ground up in the next couple of years. Now, as part of its JLR (Jaguar Land Rover) reimagine strategy, the manufacturer has announced that the first car in its all-new product lineup will be a four-door electric GT. It will be revealed in 2024 and will hit showrooms in 2025 with prices starting from over Rs 1.02 crore. The new GT will be the most powerful Jaguar ever, becoming the first of three models in the new Jaguar range. Here is what we know so far.

New Jaguar Electric GT: Exterior Design

Gerry McGovern, the Chief Creative Officer of JLR, stated it was an “honour” to be asked to lead the rebirth of “a brand as loved and cherished”. He also said that the styling of the upcoming GT would be “the copy of nothing”, the philosophy and mantra Jaguar founder Sir William Lyons used to have. The legendary E-Type and XJS will serve as a reference for the new GT, with Jaguar aiming for a brave but beautiful design language going forward. It will be a clean-slate design that will bear no resemblance to the current Jaguar model lineup.

“The E-Type in its time looked like it had dropped from space," Mcgovern stated. "The XJS was equally compelling and a copy of nothing. The designs of current Jaguars aren’t bad. The strategy was more one of universal appeal and chasing more mainstream premium, which made the cars more normal. We want to go back to the old philosophy. It’s a complete reimagining.”

New Jaguar Electric GT: Platform and Powertrain Details.

The new electric GT will be underpinned by an all-new EV architecture that is called JEA (Jaguar Electric Architecture). It will have a range of up to 700 kms while the dual electric motor setup will deliver 580 bhp of power. No concrete details regarding the battery pack have been revealed but as per the British manufacturer it will offer 322 kms of range with a quick 15-minute charge.

New Jaguar Electric GT: Will it come to India?

Jaguar, along with sister brand Land Rover, already sell most of its models in India. The new electric GT is expected to be introduced in our country following the global launch.

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