Jaguar Land Rover is preparing for future electric vehicles with advanced lightweight composite research that will help deliver increased range, greater performance and a more dynamic drive. The project aims to prevent 4.5 million t of CO2 emissions between 2023 and 2032.
Structural die casting components are increasingly popular for the automotive industry. Currently, they are proving their strengths above all with upper class cars such as the new Jaguar I-Pace, the BMW series 8 Coupé or the Mercedes-Benz C class. Foundries that want to take advantage of this development must have the proper know-how and suitable facilities.
With the launch of the I-Pace, Jaguar tries to take the lead in the E-Mobility revolution. Thus, it tries to keep up with the industry’s leader Tesla. Lightweight construction plays a major role in the manufacturer’s new SUV.