As per reports by AutocarIndia.com, Land Rover has made declaration about its proposals of rolling out fresh models, which could more than double its twelve-monthly sale figures by the next 8 year period (2020).
The future model program will address the three key arenas of the flourishing worldwide sport utility vehicle market – comfort, ease and usefulness.
As per the company’s design director Gerry McGovern, the well-known brand is ready to swell all 3 of its model units. The proposals comprise added models for the Range Rover array, an innovative Defender category and a radical growth of the Freelander series, which will generate four innovative ‘leisure’ sport utility vehicles by the coming seven years period.
The company proposes to expand the Range Rover array to 6 models, comprising an ‘Evoque XL’ that fits amid the Evoque and the latest Range Rover Sport and a transformable Evoque. A 4-mtrs long Range Rover boasting 3-doors is also being thought.
The latest Land-Rover-badged ‘leisure’ program will encompass around five fresh models, inaugurating with an entry-level Freelander identical in extent to present day’s Evoque.
The Freelander itself will be recreated in 5-seat as well as 7-seat shapes. The collection will be led by a innovative Discovery that will be launched as a flagship model to contender the victorious BMW.
Within the ‘double purpose’ or ‘utility’ section, Land Rover’s proposal shows that a production edition of the Evoque-based DC100 is all set for the salesroom, in addition to the long-talked about substitution for the Defender.
JLR boss Ralf Speth talked on 40 innovative JLR product launchings by 2017, and has promised £2 billion per year to strengthen this, with the £10 billion investment backing at least one new platform. But, not all of these investment funds are likely to be concentrated on the United Kingdom. The company is intelligently increasing its manufacturing footstep all over the globe to make the most of booming international markets.
Reports from China during early October stated that the company’s JV with Chinese auto manufacturer Chery bagged nod from the Chinese National Development and Reform Commission.
At the moment, China is the company’s second largest market, just after the United Kingdom.
Purchasers of premium cars in the Chinese and Russian markets are also pushing for the chance to purchase more limited-version cars and customized styling packs, a chance JLR’s design groups are keen to take advantage of.