Founded in 1935 in Britain, Jaguar, with its sister company Land Rover, is currently owned by Indian manufacturer Tata Motors. Although the company currently produces luxury sedans as well as a luxury SUV, the company is known for their two-sear sports cars, a tradition that continues with the current F-Type.
Plugsurfing lets users use a single card on multiple European EV networks.
The cars will be cruising around the San Francisco Bay Area.
It's only available in the UK for now, but hopefully it'll expand to the US in the near future.
If the desire is there, it could offer EV variants of all its future vehicles.
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It's a single-car subscription plan with zero mileage restrictions.
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