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The Electric Propulsion Manufacturing Centre, based in Wolverhampton, has been home to the production of advanced, ultra-efficient petrol and diesel engines since 2014. The facility will also produce electric drive units and battery packs for our next generation vehicles. We are creating a legacy for generations to come through a tenacious approach to continuous improvement, and transforming the way in how we manufacture propulsion products, to be recognised as a global benchmark for excellence. As you learned earlier in the programme, with electrification central to our strategy to become Carbon Net Zero by 2039, JLR have needed to invest in new technologies and ways to working to build electric vehicles. To deliver this, JLR’s manufacturing plants are needing to adapt to this. One plant that has undergone recent significant changes is the Electric Propulsion Manufacturing Centre in Wolverhampton. Formally known as EMC (Engine Manufacturing Centre) this site produces engines for JLR vehicles around the globe . Whilst the previous focus was to develop ICE (internal combustion engines), the new focus for this site is to look ahead to electrification, building electric propulsion systems for electric cars. In December 2023, JLR was proud to announce this to the world and hosted a unveiling event at the site. Get involved in the action by watching the video below!

Castle Bromwich Plant is the spiritual home of Jaguar manufacturing since 1977, producing XF, XJ, F-TYPE and XE, the Castle Bromwich manufacturing facility sits on a 112-acre site.

Solihull is a state-of-the-art production facility producing world class modern luxury cars for our customers. With a heritage dating back to 1939, it has the privilege and responsibility of manufacturing Range Rover, Range Rover Sport, Range Rover Velar and Jaguar F-PACE vehicles. The site employs over 10,000 people across 330 acres (and is a town within a town in size). It operates 24 hours a day to meet the global demand for our cars and comprises of one stampings operation, three body shops, one Paint Shop, two final assembly halls, a VIP Vehicle Handover Centre and a Land Rover Experience facility.

Halewood in Merseyside, Liverpool is home to the iconic Range Rover Evoque and Discovery Sport and is central to our manufacturing operations. The site has a strong manufacturing heritage and have recently achieved their 60th year of manufacturing! As part of our next generation electrification roadmap, JLR will start producing an all-electric model from the Range Rover family, launching in 2025 and built at Halewood. This further affirms our commitment to the future of the UK car industry.

The Battery Assembly Centre, based in Hams Hall, North Warwickshire, opened in 2019, and produces PHEV batteries for our Range Rover and Range Rover Sport Hybrid models. This site is one of the most innovative and technologically advanced facility of its kind in the UK, employing next-generation production techniques and manufacturing technologies. They have the fastest production line ever introduced in JLR along with exciting technologies, whether it is robotics, lasers, 3D printing or Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs).