Jaguar Land Rover makes and sells Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles. It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of India-based Tata Motors. Ford bought Jaguar in 1989 and Land Rover in 2000 and brought them together to build up its premium car business in 2002, but sold them to Tata in 2008.
With memory and massage heated seats and a supercharged eight-speed, V8 engine, no wonder owners love to spend time behind the wheel of this showy one-year-only release – and as any therapist will tell you, argues Hannah Elliott, allowing yourself to seek something so frivolous during a pandemic is not frivolous at all
The Tibetan Buddhist leader’s former official car has been ranked one of the ‘six best’ Land Rovers in the United States
If it looks like a Land Rover and purrs like a Land Rover, it could be a copycat. In yet another instance of the mainland's fabled knock-off prowess, carmaker LandWind has just launched its newest model, X7, which is a striking lookalike of Evoque.
Tata Motors' Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) opened its first plant in China in Changshu - 110km northwest of Shanghai - yesterday, allowing the carmaker to cut prices and boost sales in the world's largest car market.