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You have always need to purchase a mechanic named Reggie when you bought your Jaguar. That is not tre about Land Rover, though.
True, up to a point.Tata have said they will continue producing vehicles in this country; so, yes, they will have existing expertise to call on. But there is no guarantee that will continue. Labour in India is only a fraction of the cost in the UK. And remember that Tata owns Corvus, and there were some decidedly dodgy dealings there. It doesn't exactly inspire confidence.
Personally I can't wait for my curry to be delivered in an XJ220 ![attachment=2601]
Quote from: neilep on 28/03/2008 20:26:32Personally I can't wait for my curry to be delivered in an XJ220 !A super charged Vindaloo 
Personally I can't wait for my curry to be delivered in an XJ220 !
Or you could always get your self one of these. Eat a few vindaloos and you could power it the brown Green way using waste energy [attachment=2603]
I cant see production being transfered to India.Tranferring the build of these vehicle to india would cause a loss of quality and and most importantly with these makes of vehicles kudos which would cause a major loss of sales and revenue. I mean would you spend £50'000 on a land rover designed or bulit in New Dehli.