DETROIT — Jaguar Cars Ltd. sold a record 50,220 cars worldwide during 1998 and has its sights set on 200,000 units by 2002. Last year was the first time the automaker broke the 50,000 unit sales mark, a 15% gain over 1997. Jaguar also set sales records in Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Spain, Austria, Norway, Ireland, Finland, Portugal and the Netherlands. Continental Europe sales increased 21.4% to 10,522 vehicles, while sales in the U.K. topped 11,640 units, a 22% increase. In the ...
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