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The British magazine Autocar reports that Jaguar is considering phasing out its conventional vehicles and replacing them with electric vehicles.
Spy photos capture the clearest shots yet of the upcoming Land Rover Defender, which will arrive in 2020.
Tata Motors sent its chief of corporate communications, Suresh Rangarajan, on leave following allegations of inappropriate behavior by him with female employees.
Jaguar Land Rover will close its plant in Solihull, England, for two weeks after the company reported a major fall in sales to China as import duties and a trade war with the U.S. hurt demand.
Jaguar Land Rover is cutting production to three days at one of its key U.K. plants, as it deals with the fallout with the Brexit vote and the drop in diesel demand.
Jaguar Land Rover CEO Ralf Speth said he had no idea whether the company's plants would be able to operate after Britain leaves the EU next year.
Jaguar Land Rover engineers tests eyes on self-driving pods to spot pedestrians.
Waymo forms China unit; Fire at Tesla site; Toyota units forming JV?; Nissan U.S. investment; Royal Jag EV heads to production; Audi, Infiniti, BMW ready to shine at Pebble Beach.
Jaguar Classic, a unit of the UK-based automaker which restores vintage Jaguar cars, will convert the vehicles to electric power at its Classic Works facility in Coventry. The first deliveries are planned for the summer of 2020.
With the price of Jaguar and Land Rover classic vehicles soaring, JLR plans to open a new restoration, sales and service center in Savannah, Ga.
Chinese EV maker NIO files for U.S. initial public offering; Musk lines up advisers for Tesla privatization plan; Chevy Bolt stars in VW-sponsored ad; Jaguar-Land Rover future product.
Land Rover is on the verge of remaking three of its most important products. A misfire on any could impede JLR's drive to boost annual volume to 1 million units.
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