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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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Jaguar Land Rover to start production in China this year
British premium carmaker Jaguar Land Rover will start manufacturing new vehicles in China during the fourth quarter of 2014, as construction on a new plant is underway as scheduled. Currently, at ...
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Saudi Arabia could be the next operating or even assembly base for Jaguar Land Rover as the company goes from strength to strength. The company is already building vehicles in India, ...
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BMW’s Wolfgang Ziebart Returns to the UK Auto Market, Joining JLR
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Jaguar Land Rover Soon to Increase 800 Million Pounds Loan
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