Jaguar Land Rover has launched the world's first all-aluminium 4-by-4. The fourth-generation Range Rover will be built at the company's Solihull factory.
Range Rovers have been manufactured since 1970 but this latest version is the lightest making it far more fuel-efficient. Jaguar Land Rover has taken on 1000 extra workers to make the new vehicle and says it will invest £2 billion in the next year to keep production in the UK.
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