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Jaguar was born in 1935 and Land Rover in 1948.
Operating Land Rover in over 170 countries and Jaguar in 98.
32,000 people bring our products to life, 130,000 when you include our supply chain.
Every year 75% of our vehicles are sold abroad.
Two thirds of the vehicles we have released across the globe since 1948 are still going strong.
We invest £1.5 billion in research and development each year.

Work Placements & Graduate Opportunities

JLR engine plant to expand

Wolverhampton factory to double in size with “several hundred” new jobs. Jaguar Land Rover is to double the size of its Engine Manufacturing Centre in Wolverhampton to 200,000sq m after just one year of operation. The centre employs 700 people and has produced more than 50,000 engines in the past year. It makes the low emission Ingenium engine, the first engine designed and manufactured by Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) in-house since the Td5 five-cylinder diesel ceased production...

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Chris Mann

Powertrain Test Operations (Product Development)

My name is Chris Mann and I am a Graduate Engineer Power Test Operations in Whitley. My initial perception of Jaguar Land Rover was that it was a massive company and I’d just get lost, but everyone was really friendly and really helpful...

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Jaguar Land Rover furthers virtual engineering goals

Jaguar Land Rover aims to shift from physical to virtual engineering in its design process Jaguar Land Rover has announced its goal of reaching full vehicle verification exclusively through digital simulation by 2020. To achieve this, JLR is working with computer-aided engineering (CAE) company Exa Corporation for its computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software – which simulates and analyses fluid flow and heat transfer – providing JLR with a technology...

May 19, 2016

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Jaguar Land Rover begins construction on £200m design and engineeri...

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has begun construction work on a £200 million redevelopment of its design and engineering centre at Gaydon, in Warwickshire. The expansion represents the first major construction project at one of the company’s non-manufacturing sites in more than a decade, said JLR. The development is intended to become a world leading site for automotive product, engineering and design as part of the automotive firms continued plans for global growth. Chris...

Mar 23, 2017

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JLR to Invest £120m in Solihull Plant

The company has awarded £5bn worth of UK supplier contracts connected to its new F-Pace model. Jaguar Land Rover is to invest an extra £120 million its flagship Solihull manufacturing plant following the launch of Jaguar F-Pace. The latest cash injection takes the total amount invested in Solihul to Built to £620 million – the largest investment in the 70 year history of the Midlands-based plant. The F-Pace, launched at the Frankfurt Motor...

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