BIRMINGHAM, U.K. – Step inside the body shop at Jaguar Cars Castle Bromwich assembly plant in England’s midlands and you’re bound to notice something is missing. Unlike body shops found throughout the industry, Castle Bromwich lacks the shower of sparks associated with putting automobiles together. There also seems to be a sort of serenity on the shop floor, with little or no noise. The reason is simple: Castle Bromwich isn’t building the traditional car body. Here, Jaguar is producing its ...

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