Jaguar Land Rover sees sales rise nearly 60% in China

Maker of Range Rover Evoque and Jaguar XJ sold 17,152 vehicles in the three months to September into the world’s largest car market Demand for Jaguar Land Rover cars in China remains strong after the UK manufacturer posted a 58% increase in second quarter sales in the world’s largest car market. China’s interest in luxury […]


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Jaguar Land Rover shifts to 24-hour production to keep pace with demand

Indian-owned carmaker adds 1,000 jobs at Halewood factory on Merseyside to meet demand for Evoque and Freelander 2 Jaguar Land Rover has moved to 24-hour production at its Merseyside factory to keep up with demand for the Evoque and Freelander, delivering more good news for Britain’s car industry. The carmaker, owned by Indian company Tata […]


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Booming business in China helps Jaguar Land Rover to £1.5bn profit

Three years after avoiding government bailout, demand from emerging economies helps carmaker roar back to health Jaguar Land Rover, a business that was battling for survival three years ago, has reported record annual sales and a 35% increase in pre-tax profits to £1.5bn on the back of booming business in China. JLR’s Indian owner, the […]


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Jaguar F-type triumph illustrates Britain’s two-speed car industry

In the fast lane, premium producers such as JLR, Bentley and Mini – in the slow lane, mass volume producers such as Vauxhall The two-speed nature of Britain’s car industry was underlined by Jaguar Land Rover this week. In the fast lane, premium producers such as JLR, Bentley and Mini are booming on the back […]


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Nissan to create 2,000 new jobs by building compact car in Sunderland

Vince Cable says decision – which will boost area hit by cuts and recession – ‘a vote of confidence in UK manufacturing’ Nissan will build its new compact car at its factory in Sunderland, creating 2,000 jobs and providing a major boost to one of the regions hardest hit by recession and spending cuts, the […]


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