DETROIT – Jaguar has been “very quiet” in the U.S. over the past several years, and now the luxury auto maker is looking to make some noise, a top North American executive says. “We’re in a position with great product, with more on the way, and quality is coming around and consumers are recognizing it,” Rob Filipovic, general manager-product planning Jaguar North America, says at a media event here. “The next big thing is getting our voice ...

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