Jaguar and Land Rover are in the midst of a major product expansion as the brands are set to unveil 40 significant product introductions in the next five years.
Jaguar and Land Rover are in the midst of a major product expansion as Phil Popham - the company's sales and operations director - has revealed the brands will have "40 significant product introductions in the next five years."
As for what we can expect, Land Rover is reportedly eyeing a crossover that would slot below the Freelander2 (aka LR2) and cost less than £25,000. On the other end of the spectrum, the redesigned Range Rover is set to be unveiled in 2012 or 2013.
In regards to Jaguar, there will be all-wheel drive versions of the XF and XJ. Furthermore, we're likely to see an XF Estate and X-type successor. Lastly, there is the possibility of an XFR-S and XE (or F-type) entry-level roadster.