Jaguar Land Rover
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Jaguar Land Rover
Jaguar Land Rover Automotive PLC is the holding company of Jaguar Land Rover Limited, a British multinational automotive company with its headquarters

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British multinational automotive company

Jaguar Land Rover Automotive PLCTypeSubsidiaryIndustryAutomotiveFounded18 January 2008; 10 years ago (2008-01-18)HeadquartersWhitley, Coventry, United Kingdom[1]Key peopleDr Ralf Speth
(CEO)
Ian Callum
(Chief design officer of Jaguar)[2]
Gerry McGovern
(Chief design officer of Land Rover)[3]ProductsLuxury vehicles, off-road vehiclesBrands
  • Jaguar
  • Land Rover
Production output 439,749 (Land Rover)
174,560 (Jaguar)[4] (2017–18)Revenue £25.8 billion[5] (2017–18)Operating income £1.5 billion[5] (2017–18)Net income £1.1 billion[5] (2017–18)Total assets £26.8 billion[5] (2017–18)Total equity £9.98 billion[5] (2017–18)Number of employees43,224[6] (2018)ParentTata MotorsSubsidiariesJaguar Land Rover Holdings Limited
Jaguar Land Rover Limited
Chery Jaguar Land Rover (50%)
Jaguar Land Rover IndiaWebsitewww.jaguarlandrover.com

Jaguar Land Rover Automotive PLC is the holding company of Jaguar Land Rover Limited, a British multinational automotive company with its headquarters in Whitley, Coventry, United Kingdom, and a subsidiary of Indian automotive company Tata Motors. The principal activity of Jaguar Land Rover Limited is the design, development, manufacture and sale of vehicles bearing the Jaguar and Land Rover marques. Both marques have long and complex histories prior to their merger – Jaguar going back to the 1930s and Land Rover to the 1940s – first coming together in 1968 as part of the ill-fated British Leyland conglomerate, later again independent of each other, and then as subsidiaries of BMW (in the case of Land Rover), and Ford Motor Company (Jaguar). Ford acquired Land Rover from BMW in 2000 following the break-up of the former Rover Group, which was effectively the remainder of the British Leyland car producing companies.

Jaguar Land Rover has been a subsidiary of Tata Motors since they founded it for the acquisition of Jaguar Cars Limited and Land Rover from Ford in 2008. On 1 January 2013 the operations of Jaguar Cars Limited and Land Rover were merged as Jaguar Land Rover Limited and the parent was renamed to Jaguar Land Rover Automotive PLC.

Contents
  • 1 History
  • 2 Investment and expansion
  • 3 Corporate affairs
    • 3.1 Board of directors
    • 3.2 Financial data
  • 4 Operations
  • 5 Products
    • 5.1 Future electrification
    • 5.2 Current Jaguar products
    • 5.3 Current Land Rover products
  • 6 Sales
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links
History

Both businesses having been part of British Leyland for parts of their histories until 1984, Jaguar Cars and Land Rover were eventually reunited into the same group again by the Ford Motor Company in 2002.[7] Ford had acquired Jaguar Cars in 1989 and Land Rover from BMW in 2000.[8][9] In 2006, Ford purchased the Rover brand name from BMW for around £6 million. This reunited the Rover and Land Rover brands for the first time since the Rover group was broken up by BMW in 2000.

On 18 January 2008, Tata Motors, a part of the Tata Group, established Jaguar Land Rover Limited as a British-registered, wholly owned subsidiary. The company was to be used as a holding company for the acquisition from Ford of the two businesses – Jaguar Cars Limited and Land Rover. That acquisition was completed on 2 June 2008.[10][11] On 1 January 2013, the group, which had been operating as two separate companies (Jaguar Cars Limited and Land Rover), although on an integrated basis, underwent a fundamental restructuring. The parent company was renamed to Jaguar Land Rover Automotive PLC, Jaguar Cars Limited was renamed to Jaguar Land Rover Limited and the assets (excluding certain Chinese interests) of Land Rover were transferred to it. The consequence was that Jaguar Land Rover Limited became responsible in the UK for the design, manufacture and marketing of both Jaguar and Land Rover products.[12]

In addition to the Jaguar and Land Rover marques, JLR also owns the rights to the dormant Daimler, Lanchester and Rover marques. The latter was acquired by Land Rover, whilst still under Ford ownership, from BMW in the aftermath of the collapse of MG Rover Group; BMW had retained ownership of the marque when it broke up Rover Group in 2000, then licensed it to MG Rover.

Investment and expansion

In March 2011, Jaguar Land Rover announced that it would hire an additional 1,500 staff at its Halewood plant, and signed over £2 billion of supply contracts with UK-based companies, to enable production of its new Range Rover Evoque model.[13][14] In September 2011, the company confirmed that it would be investing £355 million in the construction of a new engine plant at the i54 business park near Wolverhampton, central England, to manufacture a family of four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines.[15][16] In November 2011 Jaguar Land Rover announced that it would be creating 1,000 new jobs at its Solihull plant, a 25 per cent increase in the size of the workforce at the site.[17][18]

In March 2012, Jaguar Land Rover announced the creation of 1,000 new jobs at its Halewood plant, and a shift to 24-hour production at the plant.[19][20] In the same month, Jaguar Land Rover and the China-based carmaker Chery agreed to invest an initial US$2.78 billion in a new joint venture, the activities of which would include the manufacture of Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles and engines, the establishment of a research and development facility, the creation of a new automobile marque, and sales of vehicles produced by the company.[21][22] Jaguar Land Rover planned to create 4,500 manufacturing and engineering jobs in the UK over the next five years.[23]

In late 2012, the company announced a joint venture for Jaguars and Land Rovers to be built in China, now the world's biggest car-market. The agreement was with Chery, China's sixth largest auto manufacturer, and called for a new Chinese factory in Changshu to build vehicles starting in 2014.[24] Trial production at the facility began in April 2014, with a potential capacity of 130,000 vehicles annually.[25] The first production model by the Chery Jaguar Land Rover venture was the Evoque, with other models planned that also include modifications, such as longer wheelbases, to satisfy Chinese market demand.[26]

In September 2013, Jaguar Land Rover announced an additional 1,700 jobs and £1.5 billion investment at its facility in Solihull. The money was to be spent on designing systems to allow the chassis of future models to be made out of aluminium; the first of these would be a new mid-sized sports saloon car to be introduced in 2015.[27] The same month, the company announced plans to open a £100 million research and development centre called the National Automotive Innovation Campus at the University of Warwick, Coventry to create a new generation of vehicle technologies. Jaguar Land Rover was to invest £50 million in the facility with additional funding from Tata Motors, the University and the UK government.[28] The carmaker said around 1,000 academics and engineers would work there and that construction would start in 2014.[29][30]

Under its chief executive, Dr Ralf Speth, JLR has increased its investment in R&D significantly. In 2013, according to Speth, it invested £3 billion in "product creation" and claimed to be the "biggest R&D investor in the UK in the automotive business".[31]

In 2017 a plant for Ingenium engine production was added to the Chery Jaguar Land Rover facility in China.[32]

On 13 April 2018, Jaguar Land Rover announced that it would be cutting 1,000 temporary contract jobs in the West Midlands, citing a slump in sales due to uncertainty over changes to taxes on diesel cars and Brexit.[33][34]

Corporate affairs

Jaguar Land Rover Automotive is a public limited company incorporated under the laws of England and Wales (Company No. 06477691). The immediate parent of Jaguar Land Rover Automotive PLC is TML Holdings Pte. Ltd., Singapore and the ultimate parent undertaking and controlling party is Tata Motors Limited of India.[35] The Chairman of Tata Group, Ratan Tata, was the chairman and a director of Jaguar Land Rover Automotive PLC from 2008 to December 2012.

Jaguar Land Rover Automotive PLC's principal active subsidiaries are:[36]

  • Jaguar Land Rover Holdings Limited
  • Jaguar Land Rover Limited (designs, manufactures and sells Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles)
Board of directors Name[35] Position[35] Year appointed[35] Andrew M. Robb Director 2009 Dr. Ralf D. Speth Chief executive officer and director 2010 Financial data Year ending Turnover (£m) EBITDA (£m) Net income / (loss) before tax (£m) 23 MAY 2017 24,300 1600 31 March 2015[37] 21,866 4,132 2,614 31 March 2014[38] 19,386 3,393 2,501 31 March 2013[39] 15,785 2,402 1,674 31 March 2012[40] 13,512 2,027 1,479 31 March 2011[35] 9,870.7 1,501.7 1,115 31 March 2010[35] 6,527.2 349.1 51.4 31 March 2009[35] 4,949.5 (83.9) (375.7) Operations Halewood Body & Assembly, Liverpool.

Jaguar Land Rover has six main facilities for R&D, manufacturing and vehicle assembly, of which five are in the UK and one in India. Jaguar Land Rover invested a total of £1,411 million in research and development in the year ended 31 March 2015.[41]

Jaguar Land Rover has three research and development facilities in the UK:

  • Gaydon, Warwickshire – an engineering and development facility. Formerly an RAF bomber base before being acquired by British Leyland and redeveloped as a vehicle design, development and testing centre. Part of this site is also the Aston Martin headquarters, development centre and factory.
  • Whitley, Coventry – an engineering and development site and headquarters of Jaguar Land Rover which was formerly the Jaguar Cars head office. This site was acquired from Peugeot in the 1980s, and was formerly a First World War airfield, an aircraft factory and then a missile factory before being sold to the Rootes Group (later Chrysler Europe).
  • JLR is a partner in the National Automotive Innovation Centre at the University of Warwick, Coventry.

Vehicle Assembly plants:[42][43]

  • Castle Bromwich Assembly, Birmingham. Jaguar Land Rover's main Jaguar assembly plant, producing the XF, XJ and F-Type ranges. Originally an aircraft factory during World War Two – Spitfires were built here – it was later acquired by Pressed Steel Fisher and became a vehicle body assembly works. It came under the auspices of Jaguar through the merger with BMC in the 1960s.
    • Jaguar XE, Jaguar XF, Jaguar XJ, Jaguar F-Type
  • Halewood Body & Assembly, Halewood, Merseyside. Used by Jaguar Land Rover for Land Rover production. Originally a Ford assembly plant (the Ford Escort being its most prolific model) it was given to Jaguar in 2000 for production of the X-Type. Ford still owns the transmission manufacturing operation at Halewood.
    • Land Rover Discovery Sport, Range Rover Evoque
  • Solihull plant, Solihull, West Midlands. Jaguar Land Rover's principal Land Rover assembly plant. This was originally an aircraft engine plant during World War Two, being used for as a Rover plant after the war. In 2014 the Jaguar XE became the first Jaguar car to be assembled here, followed by the F-Pace in 2016.
    • Range Rover, Range Rover Sport, Range Rover Velar, Land Rover Discovery, Jaguar F-Pace
  • Pune, India[44]
    • Jaguar XF, Jaguar XJ, Range Rover Evoque – assembly of complete knock-down kits only
  • Chery Jaguar Land Rover, Changsu, China[45]
    • Range Rover Evoque, Land Rover Discovery Sport, Jaguar XE, Jaguar XF
  • JLR Brazil, Itatiaia, Brazil[46]
    • Range Rover Evoque

SVO facility

  • Ryton-on-Dunsmore, near Coventry – where the Special Vehicle Operations development centre was created in 2016. The site was previously used by Rootes for aircraft production plant for World War Two, and later became the Rootes/Chrysler/Peugeot car plant which was closed in 2006 and has since been demolished.

Engine Assembly plants

  • Engine Manufacturing Centre, Wolverhampton. A £500 million facility located at the i54 site in Staffordshire close to Wolverhampton where the Ingenium family of modular diesel and petrol engines are built. The plant was officially opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday 30 October 2014.
  • Chery Jaguar Land Rover, Changsu, China.[47]


Planned facilities[48][49]

  • JLR Slovakia, Nitra, Slovakia[50][51] (production planned to start in 2018)
  • Software engineering facility, Shannon, Ireland
  • Storage depot, Stone, Staffordshire

Co-operations

  • The Magna Steyr company in Graz, Austria[52] builds the E-Pace (from 2017) and the I-Pace (from 2018).
Products

Jaguar Land Rover currently sells vehicles under the Jaguar and Land Rover marques.

Future electrification

In September 2017, Jaguar Land Rover announced that all new Jaguar and Land Rover models launched from the 2020 model year will have an all-electric or hybrid powertrain option,[53]

In October 2017, JLR announced that their electrification programme will start with the Range Rover Sport P400e for the 2018 model year, a plug-in hybrid model due in the showrooms in late 2017.[54] and be followed by the launch of a plug-in hybrid Range Rover due in 2018 for the 2019 model year,[55]

Jaguar Land Rover paid $49.5 million in fines for missing its American Corporate Average Fuel Economy targets over the 2009–13 model years.[56]

Current Jaguar products
  • Jaguar XE (compact executive car)
  • Jaguar XF (executive car & estate)
  • Jaguar XJ (full-size luxury car)
  • Jaguar F-Type (sports car)
  • Jaguar E-Pace (subcompact luxury SUV)
  • Jaguar F-Pace (compact luxury SUV)
  • Jaguar I-Pace (compact luxury electric SUV)
Jaguar XE Jaguar XF Jaguar XJ Jaguar F-Type Jaguar E-Pace Jaguar F-Pace Jaguar I-Pace Current Land Rover products
  • Land Rover Discovery Sport (high end subcompact luxury SUV)
  • Land Rover Discovery (mid-size luxury SUV)
  • Range Rover Evoque (subcompact luxury SUV)
  • Range Rover Velar (high end compact luxury SUV)
  • Range Rover Sport (mid-size luxury SUV)
  • Range Rover (full-size luxury SUV)
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In the year ended 31 March 2013, Jaguar Land Rover sold a total of 374,636 units, of which 316,043 were Land Rovers and 58,593 were Jaguars.[57] In that period 21.6% of sales were in Europe (excluding the United Kingdom and Russia), 20.6% in China, 19.3% in the United Kingdom, 16.8% in the United States, 4.8% in Asia Pacific (excluding China) and 16.9% in the rest of the world.[57] In 2015, Jaguar Land Rover became the biggest car manufacturer in UK, producing 489,923 cars and overtaking Nissan, the previous leader.[58]

In January 2014, the Wall Street Journal reported that Jaguar Land Rover, sold a record 425,006 vehicles in 2013 as demand for its luxury vehicles increased in all major markets including in China, North America and Europe.[59]

It sold a total of 604,009 vehicles during 2017, comprising 431,161 Land Rover vehicles and 172,848 Jaguar vehicles.[60]

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AutoBig Key Case Fob Holder for Land Rover Range Rover Vogue/Sport/Evoque/Velar LR4 Discovery Sport Jaguar XE XF XJ F-Pace F-Type
AutoBig Key Case Fob Holder for Land Rover Range Rover Vogue/Sport/Evoque/Velar LR4 Discovery Sport Jaguar XE XF XJ F-Pace F-Type
NOTE * Please check your car key with our pictures before purchase Fit Land Rover & Jaguar with Smart Key as below: 2013-2017 Range Rover (NOT FIT 2018+) 2014-2017 Range Rover Sport (NOT FIT 2018+) 2012-2018 Range Rover Evoque 2018-2019 Range Rover Velar 2012-2016 Land Rover LR4 2017-2019 Land Rover Discovery 2015-2019 Land Rover Discovery Sport 2017-2018 Jaguar XE 2013-2018 Jaguar XF 2013-2018 Jaguar XJ 2017-2019 Jaguar F-PACE 2014-2018 Jaguar F-TYPE * Strong Signal Strength: As good as without key case * Material: This key case is made of premium TPU. It's soft, thin and small stretchy. With the multi-layer vacuum plating, it has strong color fastness and very durable * Partial Protector: This key case offers the protection of backside and around. Leave the front key buttons to keep the well touch * Color: Glossy Silver. Perfectly decorate and protect your car key * Package Included: 1 piece key case, the car key is not included (Comes in an exquisite gift box) * Customer Service: Unconditionally refund or free replacement if it's defective or any quality problems. Feel free to contact us if you have any concerns

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iCarsoft LR II Land Rover/Jaguar OBD Scanner Tool Multi Systems Abs SRS
iCarsoft LR II Land Rover/Jaguar OBD Scanner Tool Multi Systems Abs SRS
Lr ii is a professional and powerful vehicle fault diagnosis tool developed by iCarsoft technology Inc. With a 4” tft LCD and unique diagnostic software, it features full ecu diagnosis of single vehicle brand and test modes mainly include: Can bus, iso9141, kwp2000, j1850 etc. It enable technicians to accurately diagnose complex problems.  Twelve super advantages:  Read & clear dtcs  read data stream  full ecu diagnosis  diagnose single-brand models equipped with obdii-16 dlc  easy to use with metal dome keys  oil light/service reset   epb   etc.  4.0” tft LCD with 480 320 pixels  USB 2.0 high speed upgrade  upgrade via tf card  support multi-language    and for more, refer to user's manual.

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Set of 8 Ignition Coils for Land Rover Jaguar 4.4L 4.2L v8 Range Rover LR3 C1678 UF-533 UF519
Set of 8 Ignition Coils for Land Rover Jaguar 4.4L 4.2L v8 Range Rover LR3 C1678 UF-533 UF519
Compatibility 2004-08 Jaguar S-Type Ignition Coil for V8 4.2L 2003 Jaguar S-Type Ignition Coil with 4 Pin Connector for V8 4.2L 2009-10 Jaguar XF Ignition Coil for V8 4.2L 2004-09 Jaguar XJ8 Ignition Coil 2008-09 Jaguar XJR Ignition Coil 2007-09 Jaguar XK Ignition Coil 2003-06 Jaguar XK8 Ignition Coil 2005-09 Land Rover LR3 Ignition Coil for V8 4.4L 2006-09 Land Rover Range Rover Ignition Coil 2006-09 Land Rover Range Rover Sport Ignition Coil

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RBS International RBS 310-197 Fuel Injector Remover Installer Tool for Jaguar and Land Rover 5.0L Engines
RBS International RBS 310-197 Fuel Injector Remover Installer Tool for Jaguar and Land Rover 5.0L Engines
RBS International RBS 310-197 Fuel Injector Remover Installer Tool for Jaguar and Land Rover 5.0L Engines. Compatible With Jaguar 5.0L V8 Supercharged Petrol Engine 2003-2016 X150-XK series, X250-XF, X351-XJ Land Rover: Discovery 4, New Range Rover, Range Rover Sport Land Rover Range Rover 5.0L V8 Supercharged Petrol Engine 2003-2016

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Diagnostic Scanner Tool Automotive Scanner for Land Rover & Jaguar, NEXAS ND602 OBDII OBD2 Scanner Fault Code Reader for Engine/Transmission/ABS/SRS/EPB/DPF Regen/Battery Register/SAS & Oil Reset
Diagnostic Scanner Tool Automotive Scanner for Land Rover & Jaguar, NEXAS ND602 OBDII OBD2 Scanner Fault Code Reader for Engine/Transmission/ABS/SRS/EPB/DPF Regen/Battery Register/SAS & Oil Reset
10 Modes OBDII Testing + Battery Life Checking 1 Battery Health Checking: A fast scan your vehicle's battery, check battery power value, this auto fault code reader will give you 2 warning about the battery: Before Starting and After Starting. A. 14.8V: Too high, might damage the battery, please check the engine stabilizer 2 Read/Clear codes: read and erase current, pending or permanent touble codes, show the definition of the codes 3 I/M Readiness: It can be used by automotive technicians to determine if the tested vehicle is ready for an emission test 4 DTC Lookup: To search for the definitions of DTCs stored in the DTC library and for code breaker information 5 Data Stream: Let you view all data stream items and the live waveform of all selected items 6 Freeze Frame: Freeze Frame is a snapshot of the operating conditions at the time of an emission-related fault 7 O2 Sensor Test: Monitor and adjust air/fuel mixture 8 On-board Monitor Test: It can be utilized to read the results of on-board diagnostic monitoring tests for specific components / systems. 9 EVAP System Test: Monitor the integrity of the fuel tank sysytem, let you initiate a leak test for the vehicles' EVAP system 10 Vehicle Information: Allows you view the relevant information of the vehicle, including VIN, CID and CVN Specifictaion: Product Website: http://www.nexastech.com Screen : 128 * 64 Backlit, LCD Display Package list: 1 x NL100 Main Unit 1 x Nl100 User Manual 1 x USB Cable

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Bovee 1000 with RR iPod Integration Cable for Range Rover, Land Rover, Jaguar Wireless Bluetooth Audio Interface Car Kit for in car iPod Integration
Bovee 1000 with RR iPod Integration Cable for Range Rover, Land Rover, Jaguar Wireless Bluetooth Audio Interface Car Kit for in car iPod Integration
The Bovee 1000 is a plug-and-play Bluetooth music adapter designed for original or factory fitted 30 pin iPod kits as well as aftermarket in-car iPod integration. Instead of manually plugging the iPod into the connector every time you enter the car, you instead connect this device to the iPod 30-pin connector. The device is then left in the car permanently connected to the original iPod cable. Once paired with your Phone, every time you re-enter the vehicle the Bluetooth connection will be established automatically, meaning that your full music library will be instantly accessible on your in-car iPod interface, without having to remove the phone from your bag/pocket and manually plugging into the cable. Please Note: The device will work with most cars that have 30 pin iPod integration kits. The easiest way to know for sure is to physically plug an iPod into your cars 30 pin cable. If it works then one of our devices can usually extend your iPod integration with Bluetooth capabilities. Steering controls and library support only supported for Apple devices. Music Streaming is compatible with all Bluetooth capable smart phones. Disclaimer: Due to variations in the entertainment systems of different car models and production years' compatibility can NOT be guaranteed. Trouble Shooting: 1.Unplug the device from your car's iPod integration. 2.Clear (forget) the device from iPhone after the phone has connected with device, then turn off the Bluetooth of the phone. 3.Restart the phone; do not turn on the phone's Bluetooth upon restart. 4.Plug the device back in and wait for the blue light to start blinking. 5.Turn on the Bluetooth of the phone and pair it with device from the beginning.

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MOSTPLUS New Camshaft Crankshaft Petrol Engine Timing Locking Tool Set for Land Rover Jaguar (V8) 5.0l-6 Pieces
MOSTPLUS New Camshaft Crankshaft Petrol Engine Timing Locking Tool Set for Land Rover Jaguar (V8) 5.0l-6 Pieces
Application:X150 - XK (10MY), X250 - XF (10MY), X351 - XJ (10MY)

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iCarsoft Land Rover/Jaguar Vehicle Diagnostic Tool i930 OBDII Code Reader with Multi-Systems
iCarsoft Land Rover/Jaguar Vehicle Diagnostic Tool i930 OBDII Code Reader with Multi-Systems
Icarsoft multi-system scanner i930 for landrover: I930 multi-system scanner supports full system diagnosis. It's a powerful diy tool, test modes include: Canbus, iso9141, kwp2000, j1850 etc. It enables technicians to accurately diagnose complex problems. Eight super advantages: 1. The fastest full color, 2.8" tft 320*240 pixels 2. Usb 2.0 high speed upgrade 3. Support multi-language 4. Read & clear dtcs 5. Read date stream 6. Silicone keys with great customer experience 7. Full system diagnosis 8. Diagnose single brand of all models ( obdii-16 dlc ) vehicle coverage: • Freelander • freelander 2 • defender • discovery ii • discovery iii • discovery 4 • range rover sport • range rover • range rover evoque system coverage: • Engine • pcm • tcm/gear box • abs • rcm/ srs/ airbag • iccm/ip • rlcm /air suspension • bcm/body • hvac/air conditioning • vdcm • sasm/steering • tpm • pbm • parking assist • parking aid • ahcm • vicm/security/immo • ddm • dsm • pdm • psm • atcm • tccm/transfer box • adcm • scm • drm • rain sensor • gsm • light check/lighting • ocs • hcm • icm • kvm • television.

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VXDIAG VCX Nano JLR SDD Diagnostic Programming Tool for Jaguar and Land Rover
VXDIAG VCX Nano JLR SDD Diagnostic Programming Tool for Jaguar and Land Rover
VXDIAG VCX NANO Jaguar-Land Rover Function: 1. Data Lists 2. Active Tests 3. Monitor 4. Utility tests 5. Reprogramming( Immobiliser programming require to do it online, that needs you have Jaguar account which you need buy subscription. Other programming no need to do online, but you need connect voltage stabilizer to make sure your voltage is stable ) 6. Diagnostics Trouble Codes 7. Supported Car Models: Diesel and gasoline cars Computer System Requirement for JLR Program:1. OS: Support operation system like Windoes 7/8/10, but computer needs to be 32bit.2. Your computer system disc must be C://, JLR software has to be install in C://3.CPU Recommend I5 or above, RAM at least 4GB. Packing including: 1pc x VXDIAG VCX NANO main unit 1pc x USB cable 1pc x Driver CD

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