GENEVA — Jaguar Cars' new X-Type all-wheel-drive sedan is expected to more than double Jaguar production and account for 50% of the marque's sales, projected at 200,000 units by 2003-2004. “With the X-Type, we have probably the most important car in our history,” Managing Director Jonathan Browning says at the car's Geneva auto show unveiling. Jaguar will add a whole new customer base with the X-Type, targeted against the BMW 3-series, Audi A4 and Mercedes C-Class. The vehicle goes on ...
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