Jaguar Land Rover will provide a fleet of electric vehicles (EVs) for world leaders attending the climate change summit COP26 in Glasgow later this year.
The company said the fleet will include the SUV Jaguar I-PACE.
The manufacturer aims to achieve zero tailpipe emissions by 2036, and net zero carbon dioxide emissions across its supply chain, products and operations three years later.
COP26 President-Designate Alok Sharma said: “Jaguar Land Rover is an iconic British brand with a proven track record.
“They are showing climate leadership in their field with award-winning EVs, and I am delighted these will be used by world leaders in Glasgow.
The fleet is being sourced from existing stock in the UK, helping to keep carbon footprints low this November.”
Pleased to welcome @JLR_News as a #COP26 partner – they’ll supply electric vehicles to transport world leaders and delegates at the Summit 🚘
The fleet is being sourced from existing stock in the UK, helping to keep carbon footprints low this November@Jaguar | @LandRover pic.twitter.com/ImMxRCRJ0d
— Alok Sharma (@AlokSharma_RDG) September 17, 2021