Jaguar Cars Limited, often referred to as just Jaguar, is a luxury and sports car manufacturer with its headquarter in Whitley, Coventry, England. The company is now a part of the Jaguar Land Rover business, which is a subsidiary of Indian auto giant Tata Motors. Established as Swallow Sidecar Company in 1922 by Sir William Lyons, the company was first involved in the making of motorcycle sidecars before plunging into the manufacture of passenger cars. After the much glamorous launch of the SS Jaguar 2.5-litre Saloon in 1935, the company quickly made a shift into the production of sports cars and then went on to do revolutionary work on new engines. However, Jaguar was revitalized 1990 onwards, with a new found focus on luxurious performance cars that were pretty much beyond competition.
In 1999, the British car manufacturing company became a part of Ford's Premier Automotive Group. And under Ford's ownership, Jaguar added the S-Type and X-Type to its range of cars. And consequently, the first new Jaguar of the millennium, the Jaguar XK, was strikingly contemporary. The body was based on an aluminium monocoque chassis, and the 4.2-litre V8 engine, derived from its predecessor, was later upgraded to a 5.0-litre version. The supercharged XKR model offered even greater levels of power and acceleration.
Come 2008, and Jaguar was taken over by India's leading car manufacturing company Tata Motors. The other benchmark for Jaguar cars in the year 2008 was the launch of its super saloon, the Jaguar XF. Spruced up with technological and other refinements, the new Jaguar car became an instant success with its characteristic mix of performance, comfort and driver appeal. It goes without saying that the advanced dynamics offered in Jaguar cars create a level of agility that is scarcely in a car that also offers a wealth of luxury, security and relaxed refinement. And even though Jaguar cars in India have already performed well, there is no doubt that Jaguar cars will still continue to focus on innovative, seductive performance.
And their efforts to provide the best do not end only at Jaguar cars in India. Their extensive and stae-of-the-art dealerships also work towards living up to the legacy of the legendary brand and Jaguar cars. The company has dealerships for Jaguar cars in India that are well spread throughout the country. It has four dealerships in the north region (Ludhiana, New Delhi, Gurgaon and Jaipur), one in the east (Kolkata), four in the west (Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Pune and Indore), and four in the south (Bengaluru, Kochi, Chennai and Hyderabad).
Jaguar Cars Ltd, the British Auto Company, was established in 1922 which originally making motorcycle sidecars before switching to passenger cars. It included luxury and executive motor cars. The engineering of the company become favourite across the world. The Jaguar company started production with the pre-war 1.5, 2.5 and 3.5 litre models which used engines designed by the Standard Motor Company. The 1.5 litre four-cylinder engine was still supplied by Standard but the two larger six-cylinder ones were made in house. These cars have become known unofficially as Mark Ivs. Lotus Cars joined Jaguar and Caparo on a luxury hybrid executive sedan project called 'Limo-Green'?funded by the British Government Technology Strategy Board. The vehicle will be a series plug-in hybrid.
Jaguar Cars Ltd, once a major automotive company from England who ruled over world in car business, has seen ups and downs in its 87 years history. Swallow Sidecar Company was founded in 1922 by two motorcycle enthusiasts, Sir William Lyons and William Walmsley. Later due to lack of popularity, the title SS was removed in 1945 and than renamed Jaguar after five years. Jaguar merged with the British Motor Corporation (BMC) to form British Motor Holdings (BMH) in 1966. After merging with Leyland, which had already taken over Rover and Standard Triumph, the resultant company then became the British Leyland Motor Corporation (BLMC) in 1968. later it was sold to British Leyland and than Jaguar and Daimler marques formed part of BL. In 1999 it became part of Ford's new Premier Automotive Group. In 2002, Land Rover; Aston Martin was subsequently sold off in 2007. At last it was acquired by Indian auto major Tata Motors in 2008.