Battery investment provides glimmer of hope on gloomy day for JLR
Jaguar Land Rover's transformation project, known as "Charge and Accelerate", offered some crumbs of comfort to the West Midlands on a difficult day for the thousands of people who rely on the automotive giant.
The manufacturer announced that later this year production of its next-generation Electric Drive Units (EDU) will begin at its Engine Manufacturing Centre in Wolverhampton.
The units will be powered by batteries built at a new Jaguar Land Rover Battery Assembly Centre at Hams Hall, in North Warwickshire.
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