Jaguar Cars (Thailand) is launching the all-new XJ with four engine variants, ranging from a 3.0L V-6 to the supercharged 4.2L V-8. Jaguar is seeking to cut into the dominance of Mercedes-Benz, which holds about an 80% share of the luxury car segment. Audi, BMW, Jaguar, Lexus and Volkswagen brands also are seeking to raise their share in the segment. BMW Group Thailand is to introduce the 760Li flagship model. This locally assembled vehicle will replace the current imported 745Li. ...

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