Jaguar Land Rover to cut output at two UK factories to cut costs

Jaguar Land Rover to cut output at two UK factories to cut costs

Jaguar Land Rover is to cut production at two of its UK factories over the next several weeks due to falling demand. The automaker plans to halt production during selected days starting in late February at the Castle Bromwich plant in the U.K., and will also halt production for full days or half days in Solihull. These periods of downtime will last through the end of March of this year.

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Tim
Tim 3 months

They look nice, but have a reputation for being crap cars that are more expensive than average to repair.

Young Conservative
Young Conservative 3 months

Jaguar cuts back electric car manufacturing because of battery shortages, and the UK wants to ban all sales of petrol and Diesel cars by 2035. Checks out.

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