Jaguar Land Rover creates 100 skilled jobs in the UK

Published 15 August 2014

Jaguar Land Rover has announced that its new Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) technical centre will be based in Ryton, near Coventry. 100 new, highly skilled jobs have been created at the new site, where Jaguar Land Rover will create bespoke luxury and extreme high-performance models.

Managing Director of Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations, John Edwards, commented: “We are excited by the capability and potential that this new facility will give us.  We will be creating truly iconic vehicles that reinforce the global reputation of both Jaguar and Land Rover brands as we expand our product portfolio and fulfil our ambitious plans.” 

The first vehicle to roll out of the new SVO workshop will be the F-Type Project 7 – the most powerful production Jaguar to date, with 575PS. Just 250 examples are to be produced, all of which will initially roll of the line at Castle Bromwich before being moved to the SVO Technical Centre to be completed. 



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