Jaguar, Land Rover and Volvo are headed in the same direction — electrification and global expansion — that virtually all other global automakers are. But the three brands are taking different roads to get there.
Volvo is leaning on Geely, its Chinese owner, to develop its own technology that will see all the vehicles in its lineup electrified. Meanwhile, Volvo's performance electric affiliate Polestar is about to take off, with the launch of its halo vehicle in the U.S. this fall. And Jaguar Land Rover is pooling its product development resources with BMW to reduce costs and speed hybrid and full-electric vehicles to market.