Jaguar takes pride in their vehicles. So much so, in fact, that they're taking old cars, and recycling them into new vehicles as part of their new program.

The automaker launched the second phase of their materials repurposement program last week. In it, the brand will take old Jaguar vehicles and recycle the aluminum out of them for use in producing new models.

Aside from the saved cost of materials, the benefits of this program extend toward things like lower CO2 production from reduced raw materials refining. The process will begin with pre-production versions of the I-Pace SUV. Used in testing, the vehicles would be otherwise scrapped.

Still in the test phase, Jaguar intends to expand it across their entire company should it prove worthwhile. With any luck, we'll see a drop in vehicle prices as a result.