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Jaguar Land Rover in £400m Castle Bromwich investment

JLR will build its latest Jaguar XF at the plant Credit: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Jaguar Land Rover is investing more than £400m at its factory in Castle Bromwich in Birmingham to build its latest Jaguar XF.

Later this week, Jaguar Land Rover will announce that it's spending hundreds of millions of pounds upgrading the Castle Bromwich factory, so it can build the new car which will be made from aluminium.

The factory nearly closed five years ago under Ford, before they sold the company to Tata.

Jaguar increased production by 40% for 2013

Jaguar made 40% more cars last year, at its Castle Bromwich plant, than they did in 2012.

Jaguar's plant at Castle Bromwich, in Birmimgham, increased its vehicle production by 40% in 2013... Credit: Rui Vieira/PA Archive/Press Association Images

More than 78,000 cars, including the F-type Jaguar, rolled off its production lines - Landrover production was also up by 11%.

The news comes after Derby's Toyota factory, in Burnaston, announced the biggest production increase in the whole of the UK; with production up by 60%.

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