Currently reading: Jaguar Land Rover to remain in Tesla deal on EU emissions targets
British firm initially joined Tesla's 'pool' last year to share CO2 fleet emissions targets in a move that could help it avoid fines

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) will remain in Tesla's manufacturer pool for European Union CO2 emissions for 2022, a move that's likely designed to help the firm avoid paying fines for missing its targets.

Under EU rules, car firms are required to achieve increasingly tough average CO2 emissions targets for their car fleets. Any that misses its target faces a heavy fine of €95 (£77) per vehicle per g/km.

However, the EU does allow car firms to combine their fleets into pools, which it then counts as a single entity when determining average CO2 emissions.

To access this content please subscribe

20% annual saving
Regular membership
Automatic renewal
Team membership
Price includes a 20% discount for a team of 5
See all benefits here