Although Theresa May is or say, should be busy with Brexit negotiations, internal affairs have taken precedence as she took some time to discuss a Jaguar at Downing Street 10.
Her fellow Tory MP Michael Fabricant asked Mrs May to “make a very important promise” and to exchange the prime ministerial car for an electric car. With his comment he wanted to underline the importance of the West Midlands and said his district was at “the very heart of European autonomous drive and electric drive cars.”
Ms. May answered that “sadly the Jaguar in Number 10 Downing Street is not mine.” Both Tories failed to see, however, that there isn’t any electric car in the JLR lineup yet. And it seems rather unlikely that the Prime Minister will take the upcoming I-Pace as her official car anytime soon.