2019-20 Land Rover Discovery Sport, Range Rover Evoque mild-hybrids recalled for 48V system fault
Jaguar Land Rover Australia has issued a recall on 1729 examples of its Land Rover Discovery Sport and Range Rover Evoque mild-hybrid models, citing a potential fault with the 48-volt electrical system.
The affected vehicles were sold between 25 May, 2018 and 2 October, 2020 (model years 2019-2020).
Jaguar Land Rover not considering smaller vehicles – report
Don’t hold your breath waiting for a Jaguar XD or a sub-Evoque Land Rover or Range Rover.
Jaguar Land Rover’s chief commercial officer, Felix Bräutigam, has told Autocar the company won’t be entering any smaller segments. He said, “We should not and will not drive down into segments just to get economy of scale.”
More details have emerged regarding Range Rover’s upcoming electric vehicle.
Autocar reports it’ll be a low-slung luxury crossover based on the same platform as the Jaguar XJ. It’s expected to launch in late 2021, a couple of years later than earlier reports indicated.