Now that the Indians own Jaguar and Land Rover, will there still be leather seats?

Now that the Indians own Jaguar and Land Rover, will there still be leather seats?

There’s a bit of a cow-worship conundrum when it comes to Tata’s ownership of Jaguar and Land Rover, as reported in the news today. The Indian company has purchased the marques from Ford for a few billion. The cow is revered in many parts of India, so how are the two luxury marques going to source the leather? Perhaps crocodile skin could come back in fashion. Or goat?

Land Rover/Jaguar in New Zealand will make a statement this afternoon. Probably not about the leather, though.

There’s a bit of a cow-worship conundrum when it comes to Tata’s ownership of Jaguar and Land Rover, as reported in the news today. The Indian company has purchased the marques from Ford for a few billion. The cow is revered in many parts of India, so how are the two luxury marques going to source the leather? Perhaps crocodile skin could come back in fashion. Or goat?

Land Rover/Jaguar in New Zealand will make a statement this afternoon. Probably not about the leather, though.

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