When Ford acquired Jaguar Cars, Ltd., in
1989, a veritable Greek chorus of doomsayers lined up to forecast the demise
Surging growth and no plans of slowing down mean Jaguar Land Rover may be poised to go public.
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In a surprising move with possibly veiled intentions, a Jaguar XF with a 2.2 liter diesel engine left New York City early this afternoon en route to Los Angeles.
Could the Jaguar XF Sportbrake be coming stateside?
Feeling the pressure from its competition, Jaguar is pondering whether or not to add more power to its XFR model.