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Fresh off record Land Rover sales in 2017 and another solid year of growth for Jaguar, 2018 brings more new products, including low-production, high-performance vehicles.
Though it was no surprise, the production version of Jaguar's I-Pace still came off as consensus choice for most significant debut in Geneva.
Jaguar Land Rover said marketing chief Felix Braeuetigam will take on the newly-created position of chief commercial officer, absorbing the duties of departing sales operations director Andy Goss.
When Jaguar's I-Pace battery-powered crossover arrives this year, it will carry a base price tag of $69,500, not including shipping, Jaguar Land Rover officials said.
Jaguar touted design, a roomy interior and fast-charging as game-changing features in its I-Pace full-electric crossover.
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It's intriguing when, without prompting, designers talk up a rival vehicle. And that's happening with the Jaguar I-Pace electric crossover.
Jaguar's E-Pace has the same bones as Land Rover's Discovery Sport and the upcoming new-generation Range Rover Evoque. So even though it is highly unlikely that E-Pace drivers will veer far into the weeds, that capability is built-in.
Jaguar’s D-Type, among the most iconic vehicles in the British brand’s history, would lose a race to 60 mph with a somewhat unlikely opponent — the new I-Pace electric crossover.
Jaguar will build 25 modern versions of the 1950s D-Type sports car. The roadster is part of the brand's program to re-issue its most iconic models.
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Jaguar Land Rover's lower sales in the United States and Europe pulled down profit at parent Tata Motors.
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