Jaguar Land Rover announces a £600 million ($890 million) spending program in the U.K.’s West Midlands region to support product creation and advanced vehicle manufacturing. Most of the money will be spent at the automaker’s Castle Bromwich plant, where more than £400 million ($593.2 million) is earmarked for new and upgraded facilities to support the introduction of the all-new Jaguar XF. JLR CEO Ralf Speth says the spending at Castle Bromwich includes a £320 ...

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