Jaguar Cars Ltd. and its customers clearly will benefit by being a member of Ford Motor Co.'s Premier Auto Group (PAG) through greater efficiencies and shared technologies, executives say. Jonathan Browning, Jaguar's managing director and Michael Dale, Jaguar's North American president, say that while Jaguar, Volvo, Lincoln and Aston Martin brands may link their manufacturing supply chains or develop their presence on the Internet together, Jaguar will continue to maintain its own distinct ...
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