It was 1960 when Barry Moore bought his first Jaguar, the iconic British marquee, now owned by Tata Motors. At that time, more than half a century back, Barry paid ¬£475 for the car. Last week, this 74 year old British gentleman, bought his 47th Jaguar, for a sum of ¬£70,000, and it’s their latest, F-TYPE.
Tata Motors Group global wholesales in April 2013 accounts for 81,241 vehicles equating to 7.02% sales decline when compared 87,377 units sold in April 2012. This includes Jaguar Land Rover, which accounted for 15% sales increase in comparison to April 2012.
Clearly a promotional activity, Desire is intriguing and does put the 2 seater F-Type sports car in the limelight, A true delight for film buffs, and those who want to see what the car is capable of. The exhibition film is being shown at select film festivals with a premier that is star laden.
Raquel Pomplun, 25, Playboy‚Äôs 2013 Playmate of the Year has received prize money to the tune of $100,000 besides the new 2014 Jaguar F-TYPE (on 1 year lease), the latest addition to the Jaguar lineup. Raquel is a Latina from Chula Vista, California.
Jaguar has revealed their new TV spot, called Great Expectations, promoting the all new F-TYPE sports car. This new ad, is a part of their global marketing campaign for the F-TYPE, called Your Turn. Apart from this, a coupe variant of the new F-TYPE has also been spotted while out on test.
In a bid to conduct tests and trials in extreme hot weather conditions, Jaguar Land Rover has opened a new engineering test center in Al Barsha area of Dubai, UAE. The center has come up at an investment of US$ 1.5 million (¬£1 million, INR 8,23,80,000).
Jaguar F-TYPE is all set to enter Indian markets by mid 2013. Scheduled to enter markets in July this year, the F-TYPE will only be available in two variants V6 S and V8 S for India, as the base V6 will not be offered.
Jaguar F Type, the all new two seater sports car is seen in a movie named ‚ÄúDesire‚ÄĚ. The film was premiered at the Sundance London film festival (and YouTube) on April 24, 2013, immediately after the opening press conference.