Jaguar Land Rover

Jaguar Land Rover, Britain’s biggest car manufacturer, has invested £4 billion in its UK manufacturing plants since 2010

Jaguar Land Rover is the UK’s largest automotive manufacturer, built around two iconic British car brands:  Land Rover, the world’s leading manufacturer of premium all-wheel-drive vehicles; and Jaguar, one of the world’s premier luxury sports saloon and sports car marques.

At Jaguar Land Rover we are driven by a desire to create class-leading products that deliver great customer experiences.  The largest investor in R&D in the UK manufacturing sector, we have invested £12 billion in the last five years and in the current year alone will spend over £3 billion on new product creation and capital expenditure. More than 80% of our vehicles produced in the UK being sold abroad.

Jaguar Land Rover is the largest employer in the UK automotive sector and employs almost 40,000 people globally, which has doubled since 2012. The company supports around 275,000 more jobs through our dealerships, suppliers and local businesses.

Jaguar Land Rover has three manufacturing plants in the Midlands and Merseyside and a £1 billion Engine Manufacturing Plant in Wolverhampton. Jaguar Land Rover has invested £3.5 billion in its UK plants since 2010 – more than any other manufacturer.

The Solihull manufacturing plant in Birmingham employs 10,000 people and has invested over £1.5bn over the past five years, including £370m to extend its expertise in lightweight vehicle manufacturing of Range Rover and Range Rover Sport and £500m on Europe’s largest Aluminium Body Shop and state-of-the-art Final Assembly Hall to support the production of the Jaguar F-PACE.

The Castle Bromwich facility employs 3,700 people and manufactures the Jaguar XF, F-Type, XJ and XE. The company has invested £500m in the plant since 2014, including modifications for XE production, which moved over from Solihull late last year.

Land Rover’s design studios and Jaguar Land Rover’s advanced vehicle testing are based at its Gaydon facility which employs 9,500 people. A further 5,600 employees are based at Jaguar Land Rover Whitley HQ, which the company plans to double to support development of high technology ultra-low emission vehicles.