Jaguar Land Rover’s Slovakian factory

Construction of Jaguar Land Rover’s Slovakian factory begins

The construction of the £1 billion Jaguar Land Rover Slovakian factory is currently under way.

If you are a fan of Jaguar Land Rover then you’ll be pleased to know that the brand’s highly anticipated new factory, scheduled to open its doors in late 2018, has officially began.

It’s the factory where the 2019 replacement of the iconic Defender will take place; meaning, it’s going to be a busy place.

With Jaguar Land Rover currently at the height of its popularity, there’s no denying that the next couple of years will be very exciting for the brand and its fans.

The brand recently announced a new petrol engine that it is working on, and with a number of new models scheduled to go on sale in the near future, we expect the brand to do rather well in the years to come.

Having been in the industry for a very long time, it’s good to see that the brand is still growing and expanding. Not many brand currently on the market can say that they have experienced the same success as JLR, which shows just how special the brand is.

The new Slovakian production plant not only will create additional new jobs, but it will also increase the brand’s production by a staggering 150,000 cars a year.

There’s no denying that the future looks bright for Jaguar Land Rover. With the construction of the plan underway, a new engine and the Defender’s replacement, the brand will have its hands full for at least the next couple of years.

With no signs of slowing down, Jaguar Land Rover will likely remain on top of its game for years to come. What else it will bring to the table remains a mystery but we’re looking forward to finding out.

If you’re thinking about getting your hands on one of Land Rover’s cars, now would be the perfect time to find a car valuation service and raise some cash by selling your old car.

The Defender’s replacement won’t likely be cheap, so you better start saving up.

How do you feel about Jaguar Land Rover’s upcoming project? Which are you most excited about? Tell us your thoughts.

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