The British car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover has announced that the next generation of its zero-emission cars would be manufactured at its plants in the UK. To implement this goal, it intends to invest about 1 billion pounds. The company is currently implementing a plan to prepare for the production in the country of the next generation of electric and hybrid models Jaguar. The company said that over the summer it would re-equip the factory in Castle Bromwich. The transition of automotive companies to the production of electric vehicles requires an increase in investment in this industry, and the UK is still experiencing difficulties in this direction. The British authorities set the task to fully switch to the production of cars with zero emissions by 2050.
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