|Bid||12.40 x 1000|
|Ask||12.49 x 1400|
|Day's Range||12.35 - 12.70|
|52 Week Range||10.29 - 23.57|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.82|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||6.41|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||16.00|
Plus, Jaguar Land Rover will pay its owners to report road conditions, and Bosch jumps into the hydrogen fuel cell game.
The 2019 New York Auto show kicks off in the Big Apple today, and Jaguar Land Rover is already making news. The company is fresh off a win with its electric I-Pace, snagging a 2019 World Car Award. Here's Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro with Joe Eberhardt, the president of Jaguar Land Rover North America.
PSA and JLR owner Tata Motors Ltd. are exploring details of cost savings after a tie-up with a “post-sale integration” document outlining specific areas, Press Association reported. Negotiations are moving quickly, according to an unidentified person at JLR, PA said. PSA Chief Executive Officer Carlos Tavares has started sounding out companies for potential deals to help save costs and boost its scale, and has discussed a potential partnership with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV in Europe, Bloomberg News reported in March, citing people familiar with the situation.
LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) - PSA Group said on Thursday it was ready to consider potential tie-ups, after the French carmaker's shares briefly rose on a report that it was in advanced talks with Tata Motors to acquire UK-based Jaguar Land Rover (JLR). The Peugeot maker declined to comment on a report by British news agency The Press Association that a deal was imminent. Tata denied the report, which cited sources referring to an internal "post-sale integration document" describing cost savings.
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The guys discuss how Jaguar Land Rover has partnered with the IOTA foundation to trial a smart wallet where drivers can earn crypto for reporting road conditions!!! For the latest news visit www.coinrivet.com The post Can you really earn Bitcoin with your car? We discuss how… appeared first on Coin Rivet.
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IOTA (MIOTA) was benefited from a 8% price boost on Monday morning after Jaguar Land Rover announced the development of IOTA smart wallets in their vehicles. However, as some of you might remember, this isn’t the first time IOTA has been courted by major automobile companies. In 2018, Audi announced a partnership with the Germany-based cryptocurrency which saw the two groups create prototype uses for the Tangle. The new deal with Jaguar Land Rover has apparently already seen IOTA cryptocurrency wallets installed and tested in vehicles, including the Jaguar F-PACE and the Range Rover Velar. The long-term goal is to have vehicles automatically tip each other for various on-road services, such as changing lanes, reporting accidents, ride-sharing, and more. Jaguar The post IOTA is making waves appeared first on Coin Rivet.
News that motoring icon Jaguar Land Rover is testing a system that will pay drivers in cryptocurrency for reporting traffic congestion or potholes has been welcomed by experts in digital finance. Boffins at the Warwickshire-based vehicle manufacturer are working on ‘smart wallet’ technology that will allow owners to earn credits by enabling their cars to automatically report road condition data to navigation providers and local authorities. Drivers will then be able to use the cryptocurrency reward to pay for car parking, road tolls or even charging for electric vehicles, according to a Coin Rivet article for the Daily Express. JLR has partnered with the IOTA Foundation to work on distributed ledger technologies to send and receive payments. The nature of The post Paying drivers in crypto for spotting potholes is a top idea, says expert appeared first on Coin Rivet.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - British carmaker Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) will move the assembly of its Land Rover Defender to its plant in Slovakia to make room for newer models at its factory in Britain, the company ...
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Drivers will be able to earn digital currency by enabling tech in connected vehicles to report road condition data, such as traffic or potholes.
Jaguar Land Rover drivers may soon be able to earn cryptocurrency for allowingtheir cars to transmit data about traffic, potholes and other metrics to thecar maker and interested parties
Britain’s largest car manufacturer – Jaguar Land Rover – is testing software that will enable drivers to earn crypto for sharing data. The news was posted by Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) on its website. It will be implementing a “smart wallet” which lets drivers earn cryptocurrency on the move. Using this smart wallet technology, JLR car owners will be able to automatically report useful road condition data such as traffic congestion or potholes to either navigation providers or local authorities. Drivers will then be able to redeem the crypto for rewards such as coffee, toll fees, parking fees and for smart charging electric vehicles. The smart wallet will remove the need for drivers to rummage around for spare change. It will The post Jaguar Land Rover testing software which allows drivers to earn crypto for sharing data appeared first on Coin Rivet.
The company is developing what it calls "smart wallet" technology to be installed in its automobiles. This would reward Jaguar car drivers with IOTA coins for actions such as enabling their vehicles to automatically report useful data, such as traffic congestion or potholes to navigation providers or local authorities. Drivers could also earn rewards if the car participates in a ride-sharing program, Jaguar said.
The hot-rod SUV genre has been endlessly expanding, pioneered by the likes of the Porsche Cayenne. Power is routed to all four wheels, naturally, but the SVR is also the first F-Pace to get torque vectoring thanks to an electronically controlled rear differential. Also aiding the F-Pace through the corners are stiffer springs, reprogrammed adaptive Bilstein dampers, 12-inch forged aluminum wheels and a brake-based torque vectoring system.
Demand for electric vehicles remains low in the U.S. market, but industry executives at the New York auto show this week said they are pushing ahead with billions of dollars in investments even while preaching patience. Officials said their companies are charging ahead with a flurry of new electric vehicle (EV) models, citing rising regulatory requirements globally. Michelle Krebs, analyst at online marketplace Autotrader, expects EV sales to remain relatively modest until charging infrastructure, prices and battery performance improve.
Jaguar said it listened to feedback — or complaints if you prefer, and want to be more blunt — from customers and even journalists to guide the first midcycle refresh of the XE sports sedan. There, Jaguar did away with hard plastics and added some new technology borrowed from the electric I-Pace, with XE's new door trims that will eventually serve as a template for all models, with improved ergonomics and more premium, soft-touch materials. "That was a really big job," says Ian Callum, Jaguar's director of design.
Straight from nabbing the World Car of the Year award at the New York International Auto Show for the new 2019 I-Pace electric crossover, as well as publicly unveiling the 2020 XE sport sedan, Jaguar's design chief says the brand is also developing a car with a fully electric powertrain. "We are doing more battery cars at Jaguar, yes," Ian Callum told Autoblog. "That's all I'm saying." Callum wouldn't divulge further details except to add, "When you're doing electric cars, they're new cars.
The Jaguar I-Pace has been named World Car of the Year. The organization also recognized the most significant new Luxury, Performance, Green, and Urban cars.