According to the latest reports it appears that Jaguar recently approved a new product plant that it will give us three new models: a small sports car, an entry-level sedan and a station wagon. Although we don't like the idea of a station wagon, we are looking forward to seeing the new sports car.
is pushing its recently redesigned XJ and wants to boost global sales by as much as half this year to 75,000 cars. In order to do that, but also to improve its image in the United States, the British manufacturer is offering a 5-year/50,000-mile scheduled free maintenance on its 2011 models. Regarding Jaguar's product plans for 2010-2013, here is a short description: the new owner, Tata Motors approved a new four- or five-door entry-level model in order to take on the Bm3-Series and the Mercedes-Benz C-Class.