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Land Rover Orlando claims the area it is responsible for is so large, it can't meet sales targets.
While talk of Chinese suitors for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has quieted, two other Asian companies are being posited as either candidates to take it over or buy its brands.
Jaguar Land Rover's entire lineup of cars and light trucks will be available with full electric, plug-in hybrid or mild hybrid technology, starting in 2020.
There are the obvious reasons why Jaguar would want to build the fire-breathing Project 8 sport sedan, such as magazine covers and branding power. But there's a less-obvious motivation, too.
New products, new strategies and bigger sales are keeping JLR and Volvo on the climb.
The F-Pace crossover is selling about the same number of units each month as all of the brand's cars combined. The winning streak should continue into 2018 when two new crossovers arrive
Land Rover retailers are waiting to see if the brand can pass its toughest test yet: replacing the iconic Defender.
The link between Jaguar's battery-powered I-Pace crossover and its V-8-powered, 200 mph Project 8 performance sedan is aerodynamics.
Jaguar Land Rover opened its first overseas engine plant, picking China for the investment. China was JLR's fastest growing market in 2016.
Jaguar Land Rover is the lastest company to use online puzzles and games to assess the talent of job applicants.
Jaguar Land Rover plans to hire an extra 5,000 staff, including 1,000 electronic and software engineers as the auto industry adapts to develop autonomous vehicles.
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