Drive Wire for August 23rd, 2016: Jaguar Land Rover Opening Showroom Specifically for Buying Cars Online
Pop in to learn about the cars. Log on to buy one.
Today on Drive Wire, The Drive discusses the news that Jaguar Land Rover is opening a showroom in Great Britain that's designed for customers who want to buy their cars online instead of through a traditional purchasing experience. Potential customers will be able to learn about the vehicles in the showroom, then hit the web to handle the details. Hyundai has already begun selling vehicles through a similar arrangement in the U.K., but this marks the local luxury brand's first foray into the world of online buying and super-low-pressure showrooms. Want to know more? Check out the video above.
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