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Jaguar progresses on many fronts including Hydrogen

Jaguar gained a good deal of main stream media coverage when they announced that their new models would be all electric by 2025.

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While electric vehicles are, understandably, the flavour of the moment, Jaguar also announced some other things.

  • The first all-electric Land Rover model in 2024,
  • the whole company to be net zero carbon by 2039.
  • And they are developing hydrogen vehicles.

James Skrimshaw, the PR Manager for Jaguar Australia, reflects on these developments arising in the UK.

“So clean hydrogen fuel cell power is being developed at the moment and we’ve been working on this for a little while, something we haven’t spoken about yet. That development underway and we’ll have prototypes on the UK roads within the next 12 months across. And we can’t say which vehicles, but we will have prototypes on the road next 12 months. So we’re definitely introducing that because the game is to the tailpipe emission free in the future.

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David’s boyhood passion for motor cars did not immediately lead to a professional role in the motor industry. A qualified Civil Engineer he specialised in traffic engineering and transport planning. What followed were various positions including being seconded to a government think-tank for the planning of transport firstly in Sydney and then for the whole of NSW. After working with the NRMA and as a consultant he moved to being an independent writer and commentator on the broader areas of transport and the more specific areas of the cars we drive. His half hour motoring program “Overdrive” has been described as an “informed, humorous and irreverent look at motoring and transport from Australia and overseas”. It is heard on 22 stations across Australia. He does weekly interviews with several ABC radio stations and is also heard on commercial radio in Sydney. David has written for metropolitan and regional newspapers and has presented regular segments on metropolitan and regional television stations. David is also a contributor for AnyAuto