TURIN — When Wolfgang Reitzle arrived to head up Ford Motor Co.'s Premium Automotive Group (PAG) in March 1999, Jaguar Cars planned a variety of S-Type based models. Included in the scheme were a wagon and coupe. With Jaguar's engineering resources stretched to the limit, there was even a plan to have one body, most likely the coupe, engineered and assembled in Italy by Industrie Pininfarina SpA. But after Mr. Reitzle and Jonathan Browning, Jaguar's then-new managing director, reviewed ...

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