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Expanding JLR ready to produce the Discovery Sport in Brazil


British luxury automaker Jaguar Land Rover has recently opened its first full production facility outside its UK home base in China. Now it’s already prepped for a second one – in South America’s Brazil. The producer from Great Britain has enjoyed a new lease of life after being fully acquired back in 2008 by India’s Tata Motors. Now, after opening its ...
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Buoyed by Jaguar Land Rover, Tata Motors sees rising profits
India’s largest carmaker, Tata Motors, saw its quarterly profit increase threefold because of high demand for cars produced by the British luxury division. Even if the automaker struggles at home, where ...
Jaguar Land Rover aims to combat skills shortage with ex-military hires
The fast growing UK auto industry is faced with a huge shortage of skilled workers. Part of the strategy is to bridge the gap by also tapping into ex-military personnel, ...
Land Rover Discovery Sport confirmed for production, to be assembled in Halewood
Land Rover has confirmed the production of the Discovery Sport as the model in question will come to life at the JLR Halewood facility. The newest SUV signed by Land Rover, ...
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 ...
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 ...
Jaguar Land Rover sales fuel Tata Motors rising profit
Tata Motors, India’s biggest automaker is facing some dire times in its home market, with falling sales and their Nano project turning to be a complete failure. Still, thanks to ...
Jaguar XJ to be built by Tata for Indian market
As the British automaker, wholly owned by India’s Tata Motors, aims to cut costs and compete locally with its BMW and Mercedes rivals, Jaguar Land Rover production in India will ...
Jaguar Land Rover sales see record rise in 2013
Driven by growth in the Asia Pacific and China region, Jaguar Land Rover, the luxury-vehicle division of India’s Tata Motors, reported record global sales for last year. Jaguar Land Rover, which ...
Jaguar Land Rover North America gets new president
Former Chrysler sales and marketing chief Joe Eberhardt has been named president of Jaguar Land Rover North America. He will lead the company's sales, service and marketing in the United ...

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