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Tata aims to restore Jaguar's cachet in US

India carmaker introduces new models, renews commitment to compete with luxury heavyweights

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'The greatest pleasure I've had is to try to do something that people said would never be done.' - Chairman Ratan Tata, at his induction in July into the Automotive Hall of Fame in Detroit

Detroit

WHEN Tata Motors acquired the Jaguar and Land Rover brands in 2008, the deal added a new twist to the rapid globalisation of the car industry.

It raised an intriguing question: Could a fledgling Indian carmaker, albeit one with a huge parent company, make British luxury

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