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Despite robust demand for ultra-high-end SUVs spurring a raft of new models from Bentley, Mercedes, Lamborghini, Aston Martin and even Ferrari, Land Rover and Range Rover see a ceiling.
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The electronic door handles on the just-launched Range Rover Velar are more expensive and complex than regular mechanical door handles.
Jaguar Land Rover's Indian parent reported its biggest profit jump in six quarters after the luxury car brand began selling new models.
Land Rover Orlando claims the area it is responsible for is so large, it can't meet sales targets.
Plug-in hybrid versions of the Range Rover and Range Rover sport are coming to the U.S. market next summer.
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Does Land Rover, the off-road specialist, have an EV sedan in the works? We may see it in Los Angeles.
While talk of Chinese suitors for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has quieted, two other Asian companies are being posited as either candidates to take it over or buy its brands.
Jaguar Land Rover will end a contract to source engines from Ford's plant in Wales earlier than expected in 2020.
Jaguar Land Rover is scouting to buy rival luxury brands to diversify the range of vehicles it sells, and tech companies to help it boost its move into EVs and autonomous driving systems, Bloomberg reported.
In the era of SUVS, Jaguar isn't giving up on sports cars.
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