Jaguar Land Rover launches retail website

Jaguar Land Rover launches retail website

Jaguar Land Rover is to launch a new digital retail website – making it the first premium automotive brand to allow its customers to make fully online purchases.

Developed with digital retail experts ROCKAR, the new car-buying experience will be opening at the Westfield Stratford shopping complex in London in early October, but customers will be able to use the new accompanying online store from 7 September.

Complementing its network of 201 UK retailers, the new ROCKAR Jaguar Land Rover retail experience has been developed in response to changing demands from its customers.

Visitors to the new ROCKAR Jaguar Land Rover Stratford store will be greeted by specially trained ‘Angels’, product experts that are paid to serve not to sell, the ‘Angels’ can offer advice, show colour samples and interior leathers, help customers use the in-store Rockar system and show them around the six vehicles on display.

Once visitors have gathered all the information they need they can complete their purchase on the Rockar website – either in-store or at home.

Customers do not need to visit the physical store, as the online shop allows customers to browse models, book test drives, specify their car, arrange finance and even trade in an existing model before hitting the ‘buy’ button.

Jeremy Hicks, managing director at Jaguar Land Rover UK, said: “It’s an exciting time for Jaguar Land Rover, we have a range of new models aimed at new customer groups and as such we are looking at how we can best serve our expanding customer base.

“Our retailers are investing £1bn in the UK network, and our partnership with ROCKAR represents some of the incremental new, innovative solutions that we are introducing to engage and serve our customers.”

ROCKAR Jaguar Land Rover Stratford London is a unique addition to the network. The first premium car company to extend its network to include a shopping complex location, Jaguar Land Rover has developed and applied its customer-centric ethos to fit this new environment, creating an immersive, brand-led experience.

Using this retail model in the past, ROCKAR has found that more than 54% of its buyers have been women and the average age of customers has been just 39 years old.

With the no-pressure approach of the ‘Angels’ in-store, ROCKAR has also found that around 60% of customers will leave the store and complete their purchase online later.

Supporting the store and website is a dedicated Service Centre based a mile away in Bromley-by-Bow which will be the operation that prepares new cars for delivery, service, maintenance and warranty works.


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