JLR'S SPETH: Keeping pace with EV demandDec. 5, 2016
Jaguar Land Rover CEO Ralf Speth has the British automaker growing at a record pace, but he wants to make sure the company always puts profits ahead of volume. Speth outlines the next steps in JLR's model and plant expansion.
Jaguar Land Rover wants to build electric cars in the UKNov. 26, 2016
Jaguar Land Rover wants to build electric cars in the UK in what would be a further boost to Britain's automotive sector after the Brexit vote. The automaker previewed its first EV, the I-Pace SUV, at the Los Angeles auto show this month. The I-Pace will be built by Magna Steyr in Austria.
After Nissan ultimatum, Jaguar Land Rover says Brexit must be fair for allSept. 30, 2016
Jaguar Land Rover said it will "realign its thinking" on investment after Britain's vote to leave the EU. The automaker also said that If Nissan gets a Brexit compensation deal, then other automakers would need a level playing field.
JLR chief Speth 'regrets' Brexit processJuly 1, 2016
Jaguar Land Rover CEO Ralf Speth says he “regrets” the political process that lead to the UK's exit from the EU, indicating that the British people weren't properly informed about the consequences of a Brexit.
Speth added that the outcome of the vote didn't affect JLR's investment plans in the country.
Jaguar Land Rover will double size of UK engine plantNov. 24, 2015
Jaguar Land Rover will spend 450 million pounds ($680 million) to double the size of its engine plant in central England, taking total spending to 1 billion pounds on the plant, which opened last year to make four-cylinder diesels.
JLR's Speth: Our 'heart and soul' will remain in UKOct. 26, 2015
Jaguar Land Rover CEO Speth says brand's 'heart and the soul' will remain in the UKOct. 6, 2015
Jaguar Land Rover is branching out of the UK with a factory in China and plans to build cars in Brazil and Slovakia. Another big change is Jaguar's addition of its first SUV. JLR CEO Ralf Speth explained to Automotive News Europe how both of the moves will help the automaker.
JLR turns down North America for new factory in SlovakiaAug. 11, 2015
Jaguar Land Rover has signed a letter of intent to build a new car plant in Nitra, western Slovakia, turning down locations in the U.S. and Mexico. JLR will carry out a feasibility study for the factory, which is expected to open in 2018 and reach an annual output of up to 300,000 vehicles by 2025.
Austria deal to ease JLR productionJuly 6, 2015
JLR forced to accept Evoque lookalike from China's JianglingApril 20, 2015
JLR CEO says U.S. plant decision is 3 years offMarch 7, 2015
A US factory is a must if Jaguar Land Rover is to continue to grow and stay competitive, says CEO Ralf Speth. But the automaker has to find one product with annual sales of 30,000 to 40,000 to make an American plant worthwhile, he said.