Electric Jaguars to be built in Castle Bromwich

Britain’s biggest automaker Jaguar Land Rover is expected to announce plans next week to build electric cars at its central English Castle Bromwich factory, the Sunday Times has reported. 

An all-electric version of its XJ luxury saloon will be the first of three new vehicles to be made from a common skeleton followed by a sport utility vehicle, the newspaper said. 

The company could not immediately be reached for comment late on Saturday. 

The move will be greeted by the British automotive sector which has been hit by job cuts, plant closure announcements and falling sales in recent months linked to tumbling demand for diesel vehicles amid Brexit uncertainty.

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