New Special Vehicle Operations Technical Centre By Jaguar Land Rover

Jaguar Land Rover is a part of Tata Motors India and had announced its intentions for a new centre. The British marque has now confirmed Ryton, England for its Special Vehicle Operations Technical Centre. The company will invest over INR 200 crore to begin operations at its new facility.

The new centre in Ryton will take care of Jaguar Land Rover's high performance models as well as bespoke variants. The famous British automobile manufacturer has chosen Prologis Park in Ryton for its new Special Vehicle Operations Technical Centre.

The facility will commence operations by the end of 2014. A team of over 150 Jaguar Land Rover specialists will work at the new Special Vehicle Operations Technical Centre at Ryton, England. The centre will become a global facility for their performance as well as bespoke products.

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John Edwards, Managing Director, Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations, explains, "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 fulfill our ambitious plans."

The Special Operations Technical Centre will feature a VIP customer commissioning suite. They can avail of bespoke services as well as opt for personalisation for their vehicle. The centre will also have a flexible Formula One inspired workshop. It will also have a specialist paint booth for premium and personalised paint jobs.

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The Special Operations Technical Centre in Ryton, England will first work on the Jaguar F-Type Project 7. It will begin production first at its primary facility in Castle Bromwich. It will be completed and rolled out of their new Special Operations Centre.


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Story first published: Tuesday, August 19, 2014, 18:00 [IST]
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