An all-new car from an all-new car company and not a hint of electrification to be seen – who’d have expected that in 2023? Not many, that’s for sure.
Somewhere within a bunker, deep inside JLR HQ, a crack team is wrestling with a tricky question: how do you solve a problem like Jaguar?
Who’d have thought, even three years ago, that Ford would just kill off the Fiesta?
The sheer number of small cars on the roads, and those that have kept running for decades, offer a different approach to reducing the impact on the environment.
When I was out in the US recently on World Car Awards judging duty, the Lucid Air was one of the first sets of keys I grabbed. And as expected, it was something else.
Earthquake events like a Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) chief quitting come as huge shocks at the moment they’re announced, but the departure of CEO Thierry Bolloré “for personal reasons” has reportedly not been a complete surprise.