Jaguar Land Rover revs up CMTA Motor Show

7 February 2017 12:00 am - 0     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) took centre stage at Sri Lanka’s largest automotive event, the CMTA Motor Show 2017. 
Reinforcing the brand’s commitment to product development, Jaguar Land Rover, the UK’s leading manufacturer of premium vehicles showcased its breakthrough Jaguar F Pace and Land Rover Range Rover Sport model.
The F-Pace was unveiled at the Motor Show by the British High Commissioner, HE James Dauris, along with Sheran Fernando, Managing Director, SML Frontier Automotive, Sebastien Trousset, Regional Business Manager, Jaguar Land Rover, Asia Pacific and Michael Fernandopulle, Head of Trade & Investment, British High Commission. Further to thedebut of the F-Pace, the brands unveiled the much-anticipated range of Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles. 
The powerful, agile and utterly distinctive F-TYPE luxury sports cars, along with the Jaguar XF, the marque’s most award-winning car were key attractions. Land Rover’s iconic luxury SUV, the Range Rover and the new generation compact SUV, the Discovery Sportalso created excitement amongst visitors.
In addition, customers and visitors were able to indulge and revel in a unique experience at the ‘Jaguar Land Rover Ultimate Lounge’ with coffee, canapés and cocktails through the three days. Both brands also unveiled their new luxury goods and clothing collections part of Jaguar Land Rover’s lifestyle range. 
SML Frontier Automotive (Pvt) Ltd, the sole agents for Jaguar Land Rover in Sri Lanka offers the entire range of Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles at the world class showroom located at Flower Road, Colombo 07.


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