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Jaguar Land Rover R&D Boss Rules Out Driverless Cars

MON, 29 JUN, 2015

The head of research and development at Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has said the British automaker has no plans to develop a fully-autonomous vehi...

JLR Reveals ‘Transparent’ Pillar Technology And A Ghostly Guide: Video

TUE, 16 DEC, 2014

Earlier this year it was a Land Rover concept fitted with a camera-based ‘transparent’ bonnet, and now it’s a Jaguar with see-thr...

Jaguar Land Rover To Open New Engine Plant In UK

TUE, 20 SEP, 2011

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has announced it will open a new AU$515 million engine facility in Staffordshire, with a focus on low-emission four-cyli...

Jaguar X-type Destined For The Chopping Block

MON, 20 JUL, 2009

JAGUAR HAS ANNOUNCED that its entry level offering, the X-type, will wrap up production before the end of 2009.

Jaguar And Land Rover Sales Slowdown Puts Tata In The Red

SAT, 4 JUL, 2009

INDIAN AUTO MAKER Tata Motors' newest acquisitions, Jaguar and Land Rover, appear to be doing more harm than good for the company right now. Despi...

Jaguar Land Rover May Get £270m Loan, £500m More Sought From British Govt

MON, 6 APR, 2009

The folks in Detroit aren't the only ones in trouble, as Europe's car industry is also feeling the global economic pinch in a big way.

Jaguar Land Rover Receives $1.3 Billion Order From China

THU, 5 MAR, 2009

The folks in the Indian and British automotive industry will no doubt be cheering right now, with news that Tata Group has inked a deal with Chin...

Jaguar-Land Rover To Cut 450 Jobs

THU, 15 JAN, 2009

Despite the long-awaited introduction of exciting new products, and the prospect of more to come Jaguar-Land Rover today announced that it will be...

Jaguar Land Rover Need $1billion From Tata To Survive

THU, 25 DEC, 2008

Tata may need to pump up to US$1 billiion into Jaguar Land Rover to keep the show afloat.

Tata Cuts Land Rover and Jaguar Production

TUE, 26 AUG, 2008

A weakening demand for SUVs and high-end vehicles in general, will see Tata cut production on recently acquired marques Land Rover and Jaguar.