Frequently Asked Questions
WHAT HAS JAGUAR DONE TO REDUCE THEIR IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT?
Jaguar was one of the first automotive companies to incorporate lightweight aluminium into their designs with the 2003 XJ. By also investing in more efficient engines, manufacturing processes and technologies we can continue to reduce our impact on the environment.
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WHAT HAPPENS TO A JAGUAR WHEN IT REACHES THE END OF ITS LIFE?
Jaguar takes back free all vehicles that have reached the end of their life. Then we recycle and re-use as much of the materials as possible. The latest Jaguar's are designed to be at least 85% recyclable.
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DO JAGUAR'S ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES EXTEND BEYOND THEIR VEHICLES?
As well as being committed to making our vehicles more environmentally friendly, Jaguar also takes a more holistic approach to our responsibilities. From our facilities and our testing to our water usage and even the way we transport our newly manufactured vehicles.
You can discover all the ways that Jaguar is working smarter and more efficiently by downloading the Jaguar Sustainability Report >
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