A few months ago we reported Jaguar F-Type Concept, unveiled in 2000 at the Detroit Auto Show, will go into production. In an interview at the Geneva Motor Show, Tata said of the two-seater, "I’d be delighted if we have one in the range." When asked about the production, Tata said, "I do have a strong view about it!"
Tata also said that Jaguar’s and Land Rover’s future model programs had the backing of the Tata Group. Jaguar and Land Rover will make major product investments over the next five years.
Jaguar’s future models include: facelift XJ sedan, F-Type, XF Coupe. And in long term a four-door XK and crossover SUV are under consideration.
Land Rover is planning a radical switch to aluminum body construction for the next Range Rover and Range Rover Sport. The LRX small SUV is headed for production at Solihull.