Jaguar Land Rover, part of Tata Motors since 2008, is Britain’s largest automotive manufacturer which designs, manufactures and sells some of the world’s best-known premium cars.
The two iconic brands of Jaguar Land Rover are Jaguar, with a range of luxury sedans, sports cars and luxury performance SUVs, and Land Rover, encompassing a portfolio of premium all-terrain vehicles.
The company has principal automotive manufacturing facilities in the United Kingdom at Solihull, Castle Bromwich, Halewood, Gaydon, the Engine Manufacturing Centre at Wolverhampton, and headquarters at Whitley. The company also has a manufacturing footprint in China through a joint venture, a facility in Nitra, Slovakia, contract manufacturing in Austria and local assembly operations in Brazil and India.
Jaguar Land Rover completed ten years of association with the Tatas in 2018. In that period, sales increased from less than 200,000 units a year to more than 600,000 units. The company has set new standards for engineering excellence, automotive technologies and advanced design, reﬂected by multiple awards for its various models. The company made an investment of GBP 3.8 billion in FY19 in new automotive technologies, production and R&D facilities in line with its Autonomous, Connected, Electric and Shared (ACES) strategy. The company is committed to deliver long-term growth through award-winning products and services for its customers.
- First statement site retailer in Munich in July 2019
- The Jaguar I-PACE has won three World Car Of The Year Awards; World Car Of The Year, World Design Of The Year and Green Car Of The Year in April 2019
- Committed investment in the Castle Bromwich plant into build a range of electrified Jaguar Land Rover vehicles in the UK, starting with the next-generation all-electric Jaguar XJ, in 2019
- Launched Jaguar I-PACE, the world’s first fully electric premium SUV, in 2018
- Launched Compact E-PACE, which combines sports car looks with the practicality of a SUV, in 2018
- Launched Jaguar XF Sportbrake and the first plug-in hybrid models of the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport, in 2018
- Commenced production of Land Rover Discovery in Nitra, Slovakia, in 2018