Demand for Tata Motors Ltd.’s Jaguar Land Rover vehicles is unexpectedly strong, leaving the brands scrambling to overcome a shortage of engines. JLR CEO Carl-Peter Forster tells a news conference he is talking to suppliers about increasing production at some of the U.K. plants where the vehicles are built. Ford Motor Co., which owned JLR before its $2.5 billion sale to India’s Tata in 2008, supplies engines for the two marques. “There are engine-supply constraints right now because ...
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