|Bid||11.59 x 3000|
|Ask||11.60 x 2900|
|Day's Range||11.56 - 11.77|
|52 Week Range||10.29 - 22.68|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||5.99|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||15.50|
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A JLR spokesperson would not comment on specific details about the plans whenasked if Jaguar will stick with the architecture it created for its first all-electric vehicle, the I-Pace
Finally, Jaguar removed the aggressive decals, but you're allowed to put those back on optionally if you so choose. Jaguar limits the wingless Touring to just 186 mph, whereas the more stable, regular SV Project 8 is allowed to hit 200 mph. Another bit exclusive to the Touring is the required four-seat configuration.
Jaguar Land Rover, owned by India’s Tata Motors Ltd., will cooperate on BMW’s fifth generation of electric drive technology, the companies said in a statement on Wednesday. It forms the backbone of a BMW electric model offensive set to start next year with the introduction of an electric X3 sports utility vehicle.
Jaguar design director Ian Callum is one of them. The longtime stylist announced Tuesday he's stepping down after a decorated career that's seen the resurgence of Jaguar and its again superlative design. Callum, who turns 65 in July, has overseen Jaguar design for 20 years and shepherded it from an era of mediocrity and uncertainty to success with its current lineup of eye-catching products.
Jaguar's director of design Ian Callum is officially stepping down. Callum has been with the company for over 20 years, leading numerous important and legendary designs. To name a few, Callum is responsible for recent cars like the Jaguar F-Type, XF and I-Pace.
The column incorrectly reported that JLR used 500 million pounds in funding from its receivables facilities to boost its cash flow. JLR said it has made no such use of its receivable facilities during recent quarters. JLR also said that even if it had drawn from those facilities it would have been accounted for as debt and would not have boosted operating cash flow.
In this week's Autoblog Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore is joined by Green Editor John Beltz Snyder and West Coast Editor James Riswick. First, they talk about the cars they've been driving, including the Honda Passport, BMW 330i and Audi RS5.
It's the end of the line for Jaguar's long-running XJ sedan, at least as we've come to know it today. Jaguar has confirmed to Autoblog that production of the current XJ will end this summer, with a report from Autocar suggesting that July 5 is the official end date.
U.K. car production fell by almost half in April because of Brexit. Jaguar Land Rover, BMW Mini, Honda, and Peugeot-owned Vauxhall all switched off the production line. U.K. car production in April fell by almost half as factories attempted to manage the uncertain impact of a March 29 Brexit.
Much of the technology developed for new cars has to do with safety, andthat's for good reason -- in 2017, distracted driving killed 3,166 people inthe US
The Tata Group bought the British luxury carmaker in 2008 for $2.3 billion, and it’s lately become a drag on the salt-to-software conglomerate, racking up losses in three quarters through December. Although Jaguar posted a net income of 119 million pounds ($151 million) this week, debt at owner Tata Motors Ltd. has grown to almost $14 billion, as it struggles to tide over a demand slump in China, the world’s biggest auto market. JLR’s mixed fortunes have hit Tata -- whose wider group debt load bloated to at least $40 billion, the largest among India’s conglomerates -- just as it seeks to revamp the sprawling business.
After Tata Motors Ltd.’s U.K. unit posted 120 million pounds ($152.8 million) of pretax profits(1) and positive free cash flow for the quarter, the company’s U.S.-listed shares rose as much as 10% in pre-market trading and bond prices ticked up. Mumbai-listed Tata Motors dropped around 4.7% in early trading on Tuesday. Outgoing Chief Financial Officer Kenneth Gregor said the company “very much over-delivered” on inventory reduction and working capital.
MUMBAI/BENGALURU (Reuters) - Tata Motors Ltd gave an uninspiring outlook for its luxury brand Jaguar Land Rover and forecast weak demand in the Indian automaker's home market, sending its shares 6% lower on Tuesday. Mumbai-based Tata Motors, which reported quarterly earnings results after markets closed on Monday, has been struggling with its JLR arm for months due to a slump in China sales, while also dealing with a weak industry. Three months ago, Tata Motors announced plans to revamp JLR, after reporting the biggest loss of about $4 billion (3 billion pounds) in Indian corporate history due to an impairment at JLR.
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