DETROIT – Jaguar Land Rover posted impressive sales gains in 2013 and the British automaker hopes for more of the same this year. Last year Land Rover’s U.S. sales rose 14.5% compared with 2012, while Jaguar’s skyrocketed 41.1% in the same period, according to WardsAuto data. To facilitate further gains, the automaker is looking toward new products and expanding its manufacturing base, which now is largely limited to the U.K. Two plants are in the works, one in China and ...
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