Land Rover is ramping up to the production launch next month of the Land Rover Sport, completing the first phase of plans for the Solihull, U.K., assembly plant. Phase 1 was designed for the launch of the LR3 and Land Rover Sport, with capacity of about 125,000 units on two shifts, says Steve Haywood, director-value leadership for Jaguar and Land Rover. The two are the first products off the T5 architecture that will provide the underpinnings for much of the Land Rover lineup going ...

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