JLR unveils Tucana project for composite materials research

Jaguar Land Rover is preparing for future electric vehicles with advanced lightweight composite research it says will will help deliver increased range, greater performance and a more dynamic drive. The Tucana project is a four year programme to make the UK a world leader in low-carbon technology, helping prevent 4.5 million tonnes of CO2 emissions between 2023 and 2032 by accelerating mainstream use of electric vehicles and making vehicles lighter.

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