Jaguar’s future is on the line as its Indian owners, Tata Motors, decides the future of this coronavirus-devastated company. Will its range of sedans be cut back, or will it be sold to another company?
Interesting read. I'm sure we'll all be watching to see if there are any changes going forward. Reduced models, staying with Tata, sold to another company, combination of changes. I'm really hoping, for more than selfish reasons, that Jaguar stays around for a long time. I think they have a lot to offer in design and tech, but obviously have some work to do to carve out a stable and profitable segment to serve.
I went through it when Saab went bankrupt. No parts, awful resale and general sadness that my favorite car brand was gone. I had the last model of 9-5 which was an amazing car but couldn't find an air filter or replacement parts for the rear light assembly. 10 years later and I still hope they come back.
Not sure if sitting on top of a huge wireless charger is a good thing for humans, but it is interesting tech!
Found this story in Apple News from Cars Guide. Sounds like the 2021 is getting some REALLY nice enhancements hardware wise (wireless CarPlay, faster IMC, faster charging for 3-phase power users). While it says we’ll continue to get updates, I suspect nothing interesting will be coming for us...