New Jaguar Land Rover boss "confident" about the future

Will Powell

New Jaguar Land Rover boss Carl-Peter Forster has asked for 100 days on the job before making any formal announcements about his strategy for the British brand.

"Basically it's about listening to the team that exists already," said Forster. "They've done a great job on new products already and we have to develop that."

Quizzed on the future of Jaguar, Forster admitted there were some positioning issues - such as the lack of small four-cylinder diesel engine in the XF - but said these could be "easily fixed."