Jaguar bids to regain high-tech reputation

Wernle, Bradford
September 2000
Automotive News;9/25/2000, Vol. 75 Issue 5895, p28L
Trade Publication
Reports on the plans of Jaguar Cars to regain its high-technology reputation in the automobile market. High-tech features and upgrades of its 2001 models; Application of the 2001 improvements to the XK series coupe and roadster; Development of first ultrasonic occupant sensing system.


Related Articles

  • The car of the future.  // Marketing (00253650);11/3/2004, p29 

    The article gives information about technological innovations in future cars. Volvo AB has pioneered work to ensure its cars fit drivers of any size perfectly in order to maximize alertness and reduce fatigue. Adding new technology while accommodating higher safety standards has inevitably led...

  • New Jag could share Volvo parts. Glover, Maurice // Automotive Engineer;Dec99, Vol. 24 Issue 11, p8 

    Reports on the similarity of the component and equipment in compact executive model of Jaguar Cars Ltd. with Volvo automobile in Europe. Ventilation and the electrical systems of the car program; Schedule for production; Increase in automobile sale.

  • Jaguar droptops help raise sales; so do 6-bangers, leases. Jackson, Kathy // Automotive News;12/13/1993, Vol. 67 Issue 5530, p8 

    Reports on the increased sales of Jaguar automobiles in the United States from January to November 1993. Profitability of its lower-priced, six-cylinder convertible model; Decline in warranty billings according to Thoroughbred Motor Cars owner Martin Bennett; Predicted 1994 sales increase of...

  • Jaguar puts 'S' to test 20 at a time. Versical, David // Automotive News;11/9/1998, Vol. 73 Issue 5792, p34N 

    Reports on Jaguar Cars Ltd.'s preparation for the 1999 production of the S-Type sedan in England. Current production at the company's Birmingham plant; Production goals of the company.

  • The Cat's Out of the Bag. McCormick, John // Automotive Industries;Jul2001, Vol. 181 Issue 7, p34 

    Highlights the plan of the automobile company Jaguar to expand its product portfolio. Features of the automobiles to be launched by the company; Investment of the company in lifestyle activities; Importance of performance-related activities to the image of the company.

  • Another Lawson Legacy. Mandel, Dutch // AutoWeek;06/19/2000, Vol. 50 Issue 26, p5 

    Reports on Jaguar Cars Inc.'s launch of its Geoff Lawson Studio of Advanced Design in Coventry, England. Naming of the facility after former Jaguar Director of Styling Geoff Lawson; Facilities' housing of the company's engineering department; Description of the facility.

  • Pump up the volume. Bursa, Mark // AutoWeek;01/26/98, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p4 

    Focuses on the decision by Jaguar, to built all its automobiles in the United Kingdom. Where the announcement was made; Comments from company chairman Nick Scheele; Value of a British grant that will make the venture easier; Other places that were interested in having the automobile built there.

  • Jaguar Cuts X-Type Output.  // Ward's Auto World;Mar2003, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p12 

    Deals with reductions in the production of Jaguar Cars X-type vehicles in the U.S. Implications; Decline of sales in the U.S.

  • Jaguar to compete with Mercedes-Benz, BMW. Ryan, Frances // Caribbean Business;5/9/1996, Vol. 24 Issue 18, p60 

    Presents information on the Puerto Rican franchise for Jaguar automobiles. Insight on Jaguar models XJS sedan competing aganist Mercedes-Benz and BMW; Comments from Michael Dale, president of Jaguar Cars N.A.; Feature of 1996 model for Jaguar automobiles; Plans for inauguration of a Jaguar...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics