Jaguar Phasing Out Gas Cars

Jaguar Phasing Out Gas Cars Before New EV Releases in June

Jaguar is making big changes this year, with plans to switch its production lineup to all-electric vehicles by 2025. To achieve this, they’ll be phasing out gas-powered models like the XF sedan and E-Pace and F-Pace SUVs by end of year.

According to Joe Eberhardt, Jaguar Land Rover’s North American President and CEO, “The majority of our products cease production in June, but they will be on sale for a much longer time.”

To ensure a seamless shift from gas-powered to electric vehicles, Jaguar plans to keep certain existing models on the market for over a year after ceasing production. This extended timeframe allows for the continued availability of these models until the new EVs are fully developed and ready for sale.

So far, the automaker has announced the arrival three new models built on the upcoming JEA (Jaguar Electric Architecture) platform. The first being a four-door GT. Jaguar assures us that we’ll get a glimpse of the electric model before the year ends, and deliveries will begin in 2025.

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What to know about the electric Jaguar GT

As Jaguar gears up for an electric revolution, it plans to enter the high-dollar, high-performance electric sedan market with its upcoming GT model. With a teaser image released, it’s evident that Jaguar is aiming to compete with established players like the Porsche Taycan and Audi e-tron GT.

Back in April 2023, Jaguar hinted at an “indicative pricing” of around £100,000, which translates to roughly $127,000 in US dollars. While the company hasn’t disclosed specific power figures, they’ve promised that the GT will be the most powerful Jaguar ever.

Considering that the top-trim F-Type boasts 575 horsepower, enthusiasts anticipate the GT to exceed 600 horsepower. As for range, Jaguar claims a maximum of 430 miles, although this figure was likely determined using the European WLTP test, and the EPA’s testing methodology may yield a lower estimate, likely under 400 miles.


Jaguar’s decision to bid farewell to gas-powered cars by 2025 isn’t merely a strategic move—it’s a transformative leap into the future. As the world grapples with the imperative to reduce carbon emissions, Jaguar’s commitment to an all-electric lineup signals a profound shift in the British carmakers automotive story.

By phasing out gas cars by the end of the year, Jaguar is wasting no time in rebranding itself as an all-electric company. The forthcoming debut of the highly anticipated GT, along with other eagerly awaited models, symbolizes the next chapter in Jaguar’s transformation into an all-electric marque.

Overall, what are your thoughts on Jaguar’s transition into a new era of electrification? Are you excited for what’s to come?

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Linzi Martin has worked as a content manager, consultant, and writer for the past six years. She's handled everything from blogs and articles to e-books and social media content. Her work has been featured in various publications including Apartment Guide, The Startup, and Voyage Magazine. Outside of work, Linzi enjoys staying active, frequenting new restaurants around South Florida, and spending time with her family.

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