1. Jaguar wants to literally redefine what 'car' means  Stuff.co.nz
  2. After I-Pace, Jaguar Wants To Change Car Definition In Dictionary  InsideEVs
  3. Jaguar Finds Current Dictionary Definition Of “Car” Outdated, Wants It Changed  Carscoops
  4. Jaguar Challenges Oxford Dictionary to Change Definition of 'Car' on Behalf of EVs  The Drive
  5. #RedefineTheCar: Jaguar I-Pace - redefining what it means to be a 'car'  Wheels24
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Jaguar started a campaign in order to update the meaning of the word car in the Oxford English Dictionary. It seems cars are not defined by engines anymore.Jaguar started a campaign in order to update the meaning of the word car in the Oxford English Dictionary. It seems cars are not defined by engines anymore.

After I-Pace, Jaguar Wants To Change Car Definition In Dictionary

Yet another clever way to keep the Jaguar I-Pace all-electric crossover in the news.

Jaguar Finds Current Dictionary Definition Of "Car" Outdated, Wants It Changed | Carscoops

The book's current definition doesn't make any specific mention of battery-powered cars, and the maker of the I-Pace is petitioning to fix that.The book's current definition doesn't make any specific mention of battery-powered cars, and the maker of the I-Pace is petitioning to fix that.

Jaguar Challenges Oxford Dictionary to Change Definition of 'Car' on Behalf of EVs - The Drive

Oxford University Press defines a car as something powered by an internal combustion engine. Jaguar disagrees.Oxford University Press defines a car as something powered by an internal combustion engine. Jaguar disagrees.

“Keeping the #dictionary up to date: @Jaguar noticed that some dictionaries define "car" as having "an internal combustion engine"; other dicts have "usually" &c. but none specifically include EVs. (As usual they mistake @OxfordWords for the @OED, though.) https://t.co/Dqxx2aS65X”

Jesse Sheidlower on Twitter: "Keeping the #dictionary up to date: @Jaguar noticed that some dictionaries define "car" as having "an internal combustion engine"; other dicts have "usually" &c. but none specifically include EVs. (As usual they mistake @OxfordWords for the @OED, though.) https://t.co/Dqxx2aS65X"

Jaguar is spearheading a campaign for the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) and Oxford Dictionaries to change their official definitions of the word ‘car’. Jaguar is spearheading a campaign for the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) and Oxford Dictionaries to change their official definitions of the word ‘car’.

#RedefineTheCar: Jaguar I-Pace - redefining what it means to be a ‘car’ | Wheels24