Jaguar Cars Price List (2020) in India
|Model List||Ex-showroom Price|
|Jaguar XE||₹ 46.64 Lakh|
|Jaguar XF||₹ 55.67 Lakh|
|Jaguar F-Pace||₹ 66.07 Lakh|
|Jaguar F-Type||₹ 95.12 Lakh|
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About Jaguar Cars
Jaguar is a British luxury car brand that is a part of the Jaguar & Land Rover group and has its headquarters set up in Whitley, England. It is owned by the Indian automotive major, Tata Motors since 2008. In 1990 Ford had acquired Jaguar Cars and it remained in their ownership, joined in 2000 by Land Rover. In 2008, Ford sold both Jaguar and Land Rover to Tata Motors. Tata created Jaguar Land Rover as a subsidiary holding company.
At the operating company level, in 2013, Jaguar were merged with Land Rover to form Jaguar Land Rover Limited as the single design, manufacture, sales company and brand owner for all Land Rover and all Jaguar cars.
Since the first Jaguar car was produced in 1935, Jaguar has pushed the boundaries of what is possible, inspired by its founder, Sir William Lyons. The Jaguar DNA is instantly recognisable across the entire r range - Agile and powerful; sleek and seductive; confident and instinctive: All these qualities are a part of the inherent Jaguar character. In 2012, Jaguar unveiled its iconic supercar, the F-TYPE in global markets which was labelled as the successor to the legendary E-Type.
Jaguar made its foray in the India market by setting up a flagship dealership in Mumbai, which was inaugurated by Ratan Tata himself. The first Jaguar cars in India, available only as CBUs then, were the XF, XFR and the XKR (hence the higher asking prices). Jaguar Cars, within a span of a few months, also added the XJ to the product portfolio after its launch in 2010.
The current line-up of Jaguar cars in India include the XE, XF, XJ, I-Pace, F-Pace and the F-Type sportscar. The brand has production facilities set up in Great Britain, India and China.
With an active shift towards all-electric models such as the I-PACE Concept, future Jaguar car models are also expected to get hybrid or all-electric drivetrains alongside the existing diesel or petrol engines, if not exclusively.