When further questioned about the car, Tata said he had a “strong view about it,” which leaves little doubt as to whether the car will be given the green light. Ford, which is expected to announce Tata as the official new owner of Jaguar and Land Rover any week now, recently invited Tata management for a presentation concerning future models for both of the British marques. Tata said that he would back all of the future model programs, reports AutoWeek. "What we see, we like and the technologies are very impressive," he said.
Some of the other rumored cars include coupe and cabrio versions of the new XF saloon, a reskinned XJ flagship and possibly an XK-based sports sedan.
Land Rover, meanwhile, is expected to introduce aluminum construction for its next-generation Range Rover and Range Rover Sport models as well as launch a production version of the LRX Concept.