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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.
Over 10,000 students have Followed us on Gradcracker.
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Claire Freeman

Aero-Acoustic CFD

"Jaguar Land Rover has definitely lived up to everything I thought it would be and so much more . . ."

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Danella Bagnall

F Pace Chief Product Engineer

"After a spell working on JLR’s global business expansion, in 2015 she got the call to lead the engineering for the Evoque, Jaguar Land Rover’s best‐ selling car."

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Jaguar Land Rover to begin i54 recruitment drive

Jaguar Land Rover is to begin the first phase of a recruitment drive for its new i54 plant in Staffordshire today. Over the next four years, JLR is hoping to take on 600 people in manufacturing roles at the Engine Manufacturing Centre business park site located near Wolverhampton. The company...

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Jaguar Land Rover expert discusses the key role of metrology

Dr Bin Cai, powertrain metrology manager at Jaguar Land Rover and previously at the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry, will be talking about the key role of metrology as the interface between the physical and digital worlds, and the need to educate the supply chain about its...

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