Production of the 2013 Jaguar XJ will be suspended for up to four days next week at the brand’s Castle Bromwich site due to a supply issue.
Jaguar would not comment specifically on what the issue is, only confirming that it is a supplier problem. “As a temporary measure, Jaguar Land Rover has stopped the Jaguar XJ production line due to a supply chain issue. Production of the Jaguar XJ will resume at the end of next week,” a Jaguar spoke person told Autocar.
Jaguar also builds the XF, F-Type and XK at the Castle Bromwich facility, but none of these vehicles will be affected.