As the German luxury auto manufacturers are combating it out amongst one another by rolling out a variety of novel products in the Indian zone, Jaguar Land Rover (JLR ), in contrast, is budding more rapidly as compared to the three.
The auto giant started the congregation of the Jaguar XF and also launched the 2.2-litre engine alternative during the existing year (2013).
This alone has encouraged the auto giant’s existing sale facts by around 68 per cent. The fresh model introductions from the auto maker have been the brand new Range Rover’s 3.0-litre diesel engine version, the MY2013 Jaguar XF during the month of February, and at this time, the firm’s comeback sports vehicle the F-Type.
Shortly, the fans will witness the 3.0 liter supercharged petrol engine cater the Jaguar XJ L and also the Range Rover Sport, which will be introduced in the month of September this year (2013). The British marquee will shortly astonish the globe with its innovative entry-level vehicle.
As per sources, the vehicle design has been settled down and the firm is now busy examining this new vehicle. This will contend with the well known vehicles comprising the Audi A4, BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class, and become the genuine volume seller for Jaguar, if they wish to hit the top position in sales.
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is also making a proposal to counterbalance the effect of a potential stir by the personnel of its logistics associate DHL.
Approximately 750 out of 1,000 DHL workers working at Jaguar Land Rover’s facilities at Castle Bromwich and Solihull in central England approved a protest during the past week over the firm’s denial to provide them the rules and regulations given to a few JLR workers.
The trade union of DHL staff at 2 of JLR facilities is looking for a 12.8 per cent wage increase over 2 years as against 4.5 per cent offered by the logistics firm this year and 3 per cent for the year 2014.
The employees are also asking for 20.6 per cent increase for the drivers. Jaguar Land Rover stated that the firm has a proposal ready in case the stir takes place.