The British company Land Rover is going to abandon cars with classic internal combustion engines in the future. The production of such cars is planned to be completely stopped by 2036. One of the first steps in this direction will be the conversion of the two crossovers to hybrid engines.
We are talking about Range Rover Evoque and Land Rover Discovery models, which have similar engines after the generation change. The thing is that the cars will move to the new EMA platform, which allows the use of hybrid and all-electric motors.
The presentation of the platform will take place no earlier than 2024, and only after that we will see two new crosses.
Land Rover also announced that the brand’s electric motors will be best-in-class in terms of torque.
Land Rover is also developing another MLA platform that will electrify the brand’s larger vehicles.
Earlier it became known that the electric car Volkswagen ID.3 can get an open-top modification. The new electric car has become so popular that such information was not unexpected.
We also advise you to watch a detailed review of the Range Rover Evoque from the FineAuto team:
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