Product is king for Jaguar Land Rover
production at the company’s joint venture facility in Changshu, Jiangsu province.
For Land Rover, its locally produced all-terrain vehicles — the Range Rover Evoque and Land Rover Discovery Sport — are expected to continue to perform well in China’s buoyant SUV market while a new Discovery model has appeared on the horizon.
“Our locally produced Land Rover vehicles now contribute to nearly half of our sales in China, an important step for us as we build for long-term sustainable growth in this market”, said James Hu, deputy president of IMSS.
Having started 2016 on the right foot — January sales were up 5 percent yearon-year — the future is looking healthy for Jaguar Land Rover and its reinvigorated product portfolio.