The China-made Land Rover Discovery Sport has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 368.000 yuan and ends at 518.000 yuan ($58.000 – 81.800). The Chinese Disco-Sport debuted in September on the 2015 Chengdu Auto Show.
The China-built Range Rover Evoque has been officially launched on the Chinese car market. The Range Rover Evoque is manufactured in China by the Chery-JLR (Jaguar Land Rover) joint venture. The Evoque is just in time as its evil Chinese clone is expected to launch in April.
New spy shots of the China-made Range Rover Evoque, looking almost ready for the Chinese car market. Production officially started back in May and the Evoque will debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show in November and launch on the Chinese auto market just before the end of the year.
Spy Shots showing the first Range Rover Evoque rolling off the line in China, celebrated by staff wearing white helmets, indicating the factory isn’t completely ready yet. Range Rover however is in a hurry as Landwind is working hard on its own interpretation of the trendy Evoque.
The Jaguar XF will be made in China by the new Chery-JLR joint venture. Production will start next year. The news is a surprise. Up until now we only knew for sure about production of the Land Rover Evoque, set to start next year as well. The Jaguar XF will be stretched for the Chinese car market, by an estimated 8 to 12 centimeters. Current wheelbase is 2909mm.
Spy shots showing a Land Rover Freelander with a Chery engine under the bonnet testing in China. The Freelander will be made in China by the new Chery-JLR joint venture that will also make the Evoque and a yet unknown Jaguar sedan.
British-based luxury carmaker Jaguar Land Rover has announced that China has overtaken Britain to become its largest market, with 71,940 cars sold in the country last year.
According to figures released by Jaguar Land Rover on Sunday night, the company sold 357,773 vehicles in 2012, up by 30 percent year-on-year thanks to strong market performances in Britain, China and the United States.
A senior executive of British luxury automaker Jaguar Land Rover said on Monday that the automaker was looking forward to further expanding in the Chinese market, as it had become the company’s biggest market.
The global auto industry had not entirely walked out of the 2008 financial crisis despite constant improvements, but Chinese market had seen robust growth, eclipsing other countries, Phil Popham, Jaguar Land Rover’s director for group sales operations, told Xinhua in an interview during the ongoing 2013 North American International Auto Show.