DEL MAR, California, U.S.A — Jaguar Cars Ltd. has practically seen a miracle under Ford Motor Co., says Jaguar North American President Mike Dale. Only five years ago, Jaguar sold 8,600 cars in the U.S. This year the number will likely quadruple that of 1994 and climb to 36,000, about half of the 75,000 cars Jag expects to sell worldwide in '99. “It's as close as I'll see to an industrial miracle in my lifetime,” Dale says. Now after a decade under Ford, Jag has added another ...
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