There’s plenty of good news for Jaguar Land Rover these days. Like most of the industry, sales are up. A raft of products and technologies are expected in the next few years, which should lead to even bigger sales increases. And its Indian owners are allowing the brands to spend the money to develop its new products.
It’s been almost five years since Tata Motors purchased JLR from Ford, effectively putting an end to Ford’s much publicized Premier Automotive Group.
Adrian Hallmark, global brand director and a member of the JLR executive committee, told TheDetroitBureau.com in an exclusive interview that the automaker is in good shape to fulfill its aggressive goals.