NEW YORK – Jaguar conjures up a snowstorm on a sweltering summer’s day here to unveil its first all-wheel-drive system, to be available on the upcoming ’13 XJ sedan. The AWD model is presented on an outdoor ice-skating rink set up by the British importer near the Hudson River. “All-wheel drive will allow us to compete in segments 10 times larger than we compete in today,” says Andy Goss, CEO of Jaguar Land Rover North America. More than 80% of rival ...
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