Jaguar Land Rover invests in low-carbon R&D centre

The National Automotive Innovation Campus in Warwick will develop new hybrid and smart-vehicle technologies to support UK manufacturing

Land Rover Launches Its First Hybrid Range Rover Models. Credit: Jaguar Land RoverJaguar Land Rover has invested £50m in a new research and development centre for more sustainable vehicle technology in Warwick.

The National Automotive Innovation Campus will bring together engineers from Jaguar Land Rover, companies in its supply chain and researchers from UK universities to develop lower-carbon vehicle technology. The site includes a new college to teach students the skills needed for a career in the automotive industry.

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