New Delhi, Aug 25 (UNI) Tata Motors today said it is looking forward to expand the footprints of the Land Rover and Jaguar models and bring them in the country.
''Land Rovers are present in small numbers in Mumbai currently.
Our colleagues at JLR (Jaguar-Land Rover) have chalked out plans for expansion in the country within a one year timeframe, which will be followed by the entry of Jaguar,''Tata Motors, President( Passenger Cars) Rajeev Dubey, told reporters here while launching the new gen Indica Vista.
Tata had acquired the iconic Jaguar and Land Rover brands from the Ford Motors in an all-cash deal worth 2.3 billion dollars.
In May this year, the company had said that it plans to raise Rs 7,200 crore in the capital market to fund the acquisition.
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