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According to the market analysts at Hagerty, the 10-car Jaguar index shows a 15% gain over the past four months establishing a new high-water mark for the first time since its inception in 2006. This is the biggest move the Jaguar index has recorded during a single period since September 2009, when the index moved 15% in the opposite direction.
New owner Tata Motors of India wisely provided JLR the necessary resources to create great vehicles and then stayed out of the way while a blue-chip management team and an inspired workforce in Britain churned out the all-new Range Rover Evoque along with brilliantly reimagined classics like the Jaguar XJ and the Range Rover. JLR is now selling more than 350,000 vehicles globally each year, results that Ford could never have imagined. All indications point to further success: here’s an exclusive preview of what’s expected from JLR between 2014 and 2020.
Here are the men driving JLR, and here is their fully funded product lineup out through 2020. BRITISH REVIVAL (PDF)
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Jake Lingeman on 1/31/2012 for AUTOWEEK
The first time a Jaguar XJ220 supercar reached a customer’s hands was 1992. President George H.W. Bush was in office, and space shuttle Endeavor took its maiden flight. The XJ220 cost that first customer $846,000, and that was 20 years ago.
Read that AUTOWEEK.com article
Also, check out AUTOWEEK’s August 30, 1993 drive story of the car by Denise McCluggage, available as links to two single-page images from the bottom of that AUTOWEEK.com article.
But before you do, take a back-to-the-future repose by checking out this short film which has more twists and turns than Pikes Peak Highway: AUTOWEEK’s take on Desire
Photo shoot at The Broadmoor Golf Course Friday, January 10, 2014.
View a slideshow of Rory’s Jag on Youtube and read about Rory’s Saloon Mark II here.
With appreciation of The Broadmoor management for letting us shoot this extraordinary machine in their superb setting.
Produced by Lance Medina with deep appreciation to Red Noland for releasing Lance for this shoot. Photographers: Paul Rose and Dan Martin.
Cropped this from an image available to order as a print from Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car That link points to lot’s of really nice images of this really nice car!
Here are some really nice, should I say coooowool, wallpaper photos of our fav-auto:
Car Cabin Jaguar Wallpaper Pics