DETROIT – Jaguar Cars and Land Rover executives have formed a “small, dedicated team” to offer business/cycle plans to potential buyers of the two marques, says Al Kammerer, Land Rover and Jaguar Cars product-development director. “We’re handling a lot of these conversations with potential bidders ourselves, which minimizes the data requests and things like that,” he tells Ward’s at the recent North American International Auto Show here. Jaguar and Land Rover have been on the block since ...
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