Electric powertrains are the talk of the town at the moment. Especially at Jaguar Land Rover (JLR).

A couple of weeks after its first production-spec Jaguar I-Pace saw the light of day, the Coventry car maker trademarked a batch of names that suggest it’s already thinking about electrifying its entire range.

The first was diXE. Stop laughing in the back.

What does this name mean? The XE obviously relates to the car model, but the ‘di’? Jag’s naming conventions suggest it means diesel-electric, meaning we could see the arrival of this sort of hybrid drivetrain in the near future. Makes sense.

Thing is, it seems Jag hasn’t decided what it’d call such a model, so to be safe it has also trademarked XEDi, which sounds quite cool and would probably excite the marketing manager, especially if they’re into Star Wars.

There’s more. iXE has also been trademarked and probably relates to a fully electric XE. Almost certainly benefitting from the tech that’s being crammed into the I-Pace, it could offer acceleration to beat models like the F-Type R and would therefore line up as a rival to the  Tesla Model S. Exciting stuff.