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JLR to create new Special Operations division, will battle AMG and M


The British based automaker Jaguar Land Rover is planning to introduce a new Special Operations division which will have the tough job of customizing models. After creating a new rival for the BMW 3-Series, for the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and for the Audi A4, the upcoming XE, Jaguar Land Rover has decided to introduce its very own response to Mercedes-Benz’s AMG, to ...
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