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VEHICLE ANALYSIS: 2016 Land Rover Discovery & L462

It might be more than a decade old but the Discovery is still one of the best four by fours that money can buy - constant development, inclu...

Jakarta Auto Show Report

The 2015 Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show got underway yesterday at the shiny new Indonesian Convention and Exhibition centre in B...


THE WEEK THAT WAS: JLR goes large

Dave Leggett | 14 Aug 2015

The big news this week was that Jaguar Land Rover announced a plan to build a 300,000-unit capacity plant in Slovakia. We knew that a plant in Central/Eastern Europe was under consideration as part of the Tata-owned premium firm's fairly ambitious growth plans.


Slovakia plant could lift JLR over 1m a year

Calum MacRae | 13 Aug 2015

Jaguar Land Rover's announcement that it is planning a production plant at Nitra in Slovakia potentially raises its capacity by as much as 300,000 units a year. Calum MacRae considers the announcement in the context of the company's plant-model mix, its future growth strategy and outlines why the first model to be built in Slovakia could be the next Defender.


THE WEEK: Flint down but not out by any means

Graeme Roberts | 7 Aug 2015

Whenever I hear the word Flint I always think of a certain Michael Moore, native of that Michigan city, and his movie Roger & Me about the closure of a vast swathe of factories that once made up General Motors' Buick City.


VEHICLE ANALYSIS: Land Rover Discovery Sport

Graeme Roberts | 4 Aug 2015

Ease of use was the single thing that impressed me most about Land Rover's new, seven seat, Discovery Sport.

Latest Interviews

Q&A with Craig Diem, BWI Group

Matthew Beecham | 13 Jan 2015

BWI Group’s MagneRide suspension systems are being increasingly featured in top end cars. In the EU they work on high end integration of chassis components with advanced control and sensory systems to produce vehicles that take safety, ride dynamics and sophistication to a new level. Conversely, BWI also work within the advancing Chinese market that sits in a very different end of the spectrum, where basic safety and control devices like ABS and ESC are just starting to take hold, and where AEB and autonomous driving are concepts reserved for the very top layer of the social elite who can afford to import EU and NA models. Matthew Beecham spoke to Craig Diem, BWI Group, Director – Strategic Planning about how the Group deals with the different challenges that these markets bring.


INTERVIEW: Ford CEO Alan Mulally

Dave Leggett | 28 May 2014

Alan Mulally's tenure as Ford's CEO has seen the company evolve in line with his vision of 'One Ford'. He also successfully guided Ford through recession and has generally been lauded by investors. He passes the reins over to Mark Fields in July. Dave Leggett caught up with him on the London leg of his Ford circuit farewell tour of Europe.

Latest News

Land Rover develops 'see-through trailer' concept

Graeme Roberts | 2 Sep 2015

Tata Motors luxury and utility vehicle unit Land Rover is developing a 'see-through trailer' concept that, it claims, would completely remove the blind spot created when towing a caravan or trailer. This transparent view would allow the driver to clearly see vehicles coming up behind and help driver confidence by improving visibility whilst manoeuvring.


Tata Motors to introduce new Sumo in 2018

Graeme Roberts | 1 Sep 2015

Tata Motors has been working on the next generation Sumo which is expected on sale in 2018.


JLR expects "many" of 5,800 Tianjin cars damaged

Simon Warburton | 21 Aug 2015

Jaguar Land Rover says it expects many of its 5,800 vehicles kept at the Port of Tianjin to have been damaged, although is unable to quantify the exact number.


Jaguar Land Rover reports July sales down 3%

Dave Leggett | 13 Aug 2015

Jaguar Land Rover reports that its global July retail sales were 3% down on last year at 33,239 units. Year-to-date sales to the end of July were reported at 272,451 units, 1% below the same period of last year.


JLR announces plan for Slovakia plant

Dave Leggett | 11 Aug 2015

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has taken a step towards increasing its production capacity in Europe with the signing of a letter of intent for a new vehicle production plant in the Slovak Republic.


JLR clarifies ASEAN expansion goals

Graeme Roberts | 3 Aug 2015

Tata Motors' luxury car units Jaguar Land Rover has clarified its thoughts on local assembly in the ASEAN region following local media reports in July.


JLR mulls ASEAN assembly plant

Tony Pugliese | 21 Jul 2015

Tata Motors' luxury car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover is studying the feasibility of setting up a regional assembly plant in South-east Asia, according to reports in Thailand.


Land Rover may continue Defender longer

Graeme Roberts | 20 Jul 2015

Land Rover reportedly will produce the Defender until some time in 2016 due to strong demand.


JLR's retail sales flat in June

Graeme Roberts | 15 Jul 2015

Jaguar Land Rover has reported June retail sales of 39,602 vehicles, in line with prior year volume.


Tata Motors' JLR books pretax rise

Graeme Roberts | 13 Jul 2015

Jaguar Land Rover wholesale and retail sales for the fiscal year were 470,523 units and 462,209 units respectively worldwide (129,205 units and 124,307 units for the fourth quarter).


Novelis shows range at Shanghai aluminium show

Simon Warburton | 10 Jul 2015

Novelis is showcasing its products at Aluminium China 2015 in Shanghai, displaying its range of solutions for the automotive, construction and electronics industries.


JLR in talks for Eastern Europe plant

Dave Leggett | 6 Jul 2015

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is reportedly in talks that could result in a new manufacturing plant in Eastern Europe.


Magna Steyr to build vehicles for JLR

Dave Leggett | 3 Jul 2015

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has agreed a manufacturing partnership with Magna Steyr, an operating unit of Magna International Inc, to build some future vehicles in Graz, Austria.


SUVs continue driving US sales growth

Bill Cawthon | 2 Jul 2015

June was another good month for the auto industry as US light vehicle sales continued to grow.


UK auto sector delivering on growth

Dave Leggett | 30 Jun 2015

The UK auto industry continues to deliver on growth to turnover, exports and employment, according to SMMT chief executive Mike Hawes.


JLR shows prototype autonomous technologies

Dave Leggett | 16 Jun 2015

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has revealed some of its prototype technologies at the Future Tech showcase in Gaydon, UK where they are developing driver-focused autonomous capabilities which work in all weathers and environments.


Smart car could alert authorities to road damage

Graeme Roberts | 10 Jun 2015

The rise of the sensor and camera-equipped car has enabled Tata Motors' Jaguar Land Rover to develop an Evoque research vehicle that can identify the location and severity of potholes and broken manhole covers – and adjust suspension settings in milliseconds.


JLR appoints new China sales chief

Chris Wright | 2 Jun 2015

Tata Motors' luxury vehicle unit Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has appointed a new head of sales in China where the company has seen a slow down in sales in recent months. Mark Bishop succeeds Yi Lu, who resigned in mid-April citing personal reasons.


London coming back on motor show circuit

Chris Wright | 28 May 2015

London is to return to the motor show circuit next year with an open air event in Battersea Park, next to the River Thames, run by a privately owned events organisation.


UK automakers build a half million by April

Graeme Roberts | 28 May 2015

UK automakers passed the 500,000 milestone for car production in April with 530,505 new cars built to date.


JLR Brazil to start assembly with Evoque in Q2 '16

Fernando Calmon | 8 May 2015

Jaguar Land Rover’s local subsidiary has always been rather vague about what it will produce at its under-construction, BRL740m/$240m factory in Itatiaia, state of Rio de Janeiro, scheduled to start assembly of 24,000 units yearly of up to three models from the second quarter of 2016.


Bosch develops radar-less stereo video camera

Graeme Roberts | 6 May 2015

Bosch has developed a stereo video camera with which an emergency braking system can function based solely on camera data. Normally, this would require a radar sensor or a combination of radar and video sensors.

Latest blogs

Range Rover Evoque's Chinese clone

Dave Leggett | 21 Apr 2015

Jiangling brand Landwind is causing waves at Shanghai with its X7 SUV that bears a very strong resemblance to Land Rover's hugely successful Range Rover Evoque.


The crusher, sale, or resale?

Graeme Roberts | 6 Jan 2015

While various parties figure out What To Do with the Hoegh Osaka and its valuable cargo of Jaguar Land Rover, Mini, Rolls-Royce and JCB products, here's how things turned out the last time we covered such an event.

Company research

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