Jaguar Land Rover’s Advanced Product Creation Centre, which opened in Gaydon, UK, last year, will play a pivotal role in the group’s product development activities. The £500 million (about Rs 4,374 crore) facility, positioned as the epicentre of product development, brings together the entire chain of design, engineering and product purchasing functions under a single roof.
A stronger collaboration among different verticals is not only being touted as the key for current and next-gen JLR vehicles, but also as the means for creating future technologies, including autonomous, electric, connected and shared mobility.
- Vehicle development a collaborative exercise between designers and engineers.
- Next-generation Range Rover to probably have a 23-inch wheel size.
- JLR vehicles launching this year to have car connectivity tech developed with Tata…