Jaguar to build XF in India
January 25, 2013

Jaguar plan to increase competitiveness in the Indian local market by producing the XF in the company's Pune facility. The Land Rover Freelander 2 will also be built at the factory, with parts being shipped in from Jaguar Land Rovers Castle Bromwich plant.

 

The first cars will be fitted with 2.2 litre diesel engine which will be the first of its kind to be offered in India. The Land Rover Freelander 2 production began in May 2011 and has helped to increase sales in the local market manufacturing a move for Jaguar to try and increase sales of the XF in the local market with the same principle.

 

The Indian car market offers a significant number of opportunities for both of the British brands in terms of the volume of sales. The Indian economy may not be an ever growing economy like the US or China but it is a maintained economy of in which Jaguar Land Rover can sell a lot of vehicles.

 

Jaguar Land Rover have recently released ambitious plans which will see them build in Saudi Arabia and increase there overall global footprint. They plan on increasing there manufacturing global footprint as well as sales as part of there growth strategy for the future.

 

Jaguar Land Rover have not only released plans to build in Saudi Arabia but do so with a written agreement with the worlds largest aluminium source at there service. Only recently has a Jaguar Land Rover plant gone into construction in one of the world most populated city in Shanghai.

 

Jaguar Land Rover have both been subsequently British brand since they have began but since merging into one, it has allowed more funds and capital to be placed in projects of which the company can develop. It is promising times for both Jaguar and Land Rover.

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