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Tata Motors' arm to start car production in Saudi Arabia

Tata Motors' wholly owned subsidiary Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is planning to start car production in Saudi Arabia, as part of its strategy to forge international partnerships. The luxury car-maker is in preliminary discussions with the Saudi Arabia Government, and that a feasibility study was now under way to assess the country's potential as a location for an automotive facility. The company is looking at a number of options including production and assembly of vehicles, to the manufacture of automobile parts.

Recently, JLR has rolled out its all new version of sports utility vehicle - Range Rover - with price starting from Rs 1.72 crore. The new Range Rover will be available in both petrol and diesel options, while depending on specifications and variants the price of the new Range Rover can up to Rs 1.9 crore.

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