David Smith becomes CEO of JLR
Tata has promoted the current chief financial officer, David Smith, to the position of CEO of Jaguar and Land Rover.
Tough road ahead for Tata's Jaguar-Land Rover ride in Europe
The emission issue has the potential to become a major roadblock for Tata Motors and its two new British marques. The Indian carmaker plans to invest £700 million in new technologies.
Jaguar & Land Rover readying hybrid versions
Jaguar and Land Rover are currently working together on adapting hybrid technology on two engines: a 3.0-litre diesel unit and 5.0-litre V8 engine.
Jaguar increases its sales
For years, Jaguar has recorded decreasing sales which brought Ford to sell it. As soon as the British carmaker became Indian, the sales started rising again.
Alfa Romeo to team up with Jaguar?
Alfa Romeo and Jaguar might team up to compete with the German clique according to company sources.
Tata to announce Jaguar and Land Rover takeover next week
Tata will announce the takeover of the two British carmakers, Jaguar and Land Rover, next week during the Geneva Motor Show.
British union confident over Jaguar after Tata talks
Last week, Petrol-Head reported that British unions were meeting Tata executives while a rumour about the sale of Jaguar by the Indian group was spreading in the news. It appears that the meeting went rather well as union confirmed their support to Tata.
2007 Jaguar sales drop by 19%
Jaguar sales have dropped by 19% last year due to the end of life of the S-Type model as the company is expected to be sold by Tata in a few weeks.
Tata and British union meet thsi week after rumours about a Jaguar sale emerges
Tata executives will meet with officials of the British union representing Ford to talk on the bid over Jaguar and Land Rover. The discussion might be hot as an insider told InsideLine the Indian carmaker plans to sell off the Jaguar brand as soon as it acquires it from Ford.
10,000 orders for the Jaguar XF
Due to be on sale on March 10, the XF has already recorded 10,000 orders worldwide with 3,000 only from the US, a critical market for the British carmaker.