A new sports car, a fourth Range Rover, a BMW 3-Series rival and an executive estate, plus new factories in
The F-Type was first seen in the form of the XK180 concept back in 1998, but the project has been constantly delayed as the company struggled with its finances. But now, thanks to the promise of £1bn of investment every year for the next five years by new Indian owner Tata, a driver-focused sports car is imminent.
Despite the good news about Jaguar Land Rover’s investment in new product and advanced technology, Tata boss Carl-Peter Forster believes the firm remains committed to closing one of its
Put simply, Forster says “It is much better for a car company to have one large factory, than two small ones.”
Currently, Jaguar Land Rover is reviewing the future of its two West Midlands plants in
Meanwhile, JLR has confirmed it will open a new plant in
“This move isn’t about taking volume out of the
Thanks to: Auto Express