Tata Motors in India owns JLR, not the Chinese.Meanwhile, now that the Chinese own Jaguar Land Rover, they are stealing as much intellectual property as possible for a pump and dump, just like they do with many auto manufactures that enter Chinese partnership. I hear these are selling like hotcakes, with all sorts of modern electronic nannies and mechanical goodies for just $20,000. JLR won't last the next 10 years.
Technically, you are right. But you know how the Chinese operate.Tata Motors in India owns JLR, not the Chinese.
"They made me go real Jersey"It's for when you drive by a Prius owner so they don't get Triggered.
I should think so, when a $75K+ 392 tops out at 99 mph and a $35K Sport 2.0T does so at 109 mph. That's gotta hurt.RRs are super popular here.
Ah, the ChiComs. In for a yen, in for...uh, another yen.Meanwhile, now that the Chinese own Jaguar Land Rover, they are stealing as much intellectual property as possible for a pump and dump, just like they do with many auto manufactures that enter Chinese partnership.
Yup, I'm with you on putting it in the Gladiator! I don't need the towing capacity yet, but when I do, I'd move to a Gladiator, and the 392 would push it over the top!I realize this isnt a real hard core jeeping website but Comparing the 392 JL to the Pretender a tad off the mark. lol
The 392 is the best vehicle jeep has ever put out, with capabilities no other rig can touch. Well worth the money and if you have it do it!
As others have commented, I wish they would put that motor or another v8 motor in the gladiator.
Technically, you are right. But you know how the Chinese operate.
It's called Chery JLR.
Chery, a Chinese auto maker, now owns 50% share.
They basically owns you if they pays for you.
Technically, it’s called “Land Wind”Technically your original post was completely erroneous.
And the "Land Win" pic you posted is representative of how the Chinese operate - it's a complete knock-off of the Land Rover Evoque that is built in China. The Chinese copied every detail of that vehicle and are producing it in a "Land Win" plant - their version of Land Rover.