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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.
Jaguar Land Rover North America (Land Rover) is recalling 2013-2015 Land Rover Range Rover vehicles manufactured 23 August 2012 to 5 February 2015, and 2014-2015 Range Rover Sport vehicles manufactured 16 June 2013 to 5 February 2015.
Tata Motors' Land Rover has updated the Range Rover Evoque with styling changes and its new in-house engines.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) said UK exports of cars to China increased five-fold in 2014 compared with 2009, driven by premium brands.
Though Jaguar Land Rover executives involved with the automaker in Brazil have learned not to divulge details of future new models or details of launches, some news does slip out.
Land Rover said it received 3,400 orders in the UK for its new Discovery Sport ahead of its start of sales at the end of January although there is a feeling among some industry insiders that many potential customers will wait for new engines due to be launched later this year.
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.
Making cars where you sell them makes sense on a number of grounds. It can be a way to save on shipping costs, exploit lower manufacturing costs, avoid import tariffs and reduce exchange rate risks.
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