British luxury car maker Jaguar Land Rover warned a global semiconductor shortage is worsening and deliveries in the second quarter will be 50% worse than initially thought.
Nissan, BMW and Volkswagen are among car makers in talks to bring the electric car revolution to South Africa, as the nation’s auto-factory floors risk being left behind in the global switch to greener vehicles.
BMW and Jaguar Land Rover will collaborate on their next generation of electric cars, following similar moves by other automakers that have teamed up to share the burden of developing the expensive new technology.
In this episode of the Cars & Gadgets podcast, Duncan McLeod speaks to Nafisa Akabor about Jaguar’s new I-Pace electric car, which has gone on sale in South Africa.
A year after making its global debut, Jaguar’s all-electric I-Pace has landed on South African soil. Nafisa Akabor put it through its paces, including taking it for a dip in the Jukskei.
Jaguar said on Thursday it will roll out a network of 82 new public charging stations for electric vehicles in South Africa at a cost of R30-million. They will be able to charge most electric vehicles sold in the country.
When the call came, Robert Wickel wasted little time. The subject? Reservations for Porsche’s all-electric Taycan were coming, even though the vehicle wouldn’t enter production until next year.
Elon Musk started Tesla with a goal of accelerating the switch to electric cars by about a decade. That wish is now catching up with him. Starting with Jaguar’s I-Pace crossover and later this year Audi’s Q6 e-tron, virtually every
Jaguar offered an online preview of its fully electric I-Pace sport utility vehicle as the UK luxury car maker pushes forward with plans to challenge Tesla and offer a battery-powered line-up by the end of the decade
Are electric cars ready to stand on their own? If you took a spin down to the New York International Auto Show last week and saw the $37 500 (R486 000) Chevy Bolt (electric) parked next to