Jaguar Land Rover Marks Millionth Vehicle Built at Halewood

Jaguar Land Rover Marks Millionth Vehicle Built at Halewood

Jaguar Land Rover has announced that it has built its one-millionth vehicle at the company’s Halewood manufacturing facility.

The milestone vehicle was a Range Rover Evoque that will be donated to Cancer Research U.K. Helping the facility reach the one-million milestone ahead of time is the success of the Evoque, with a record breaking 220,000 units built over two years.

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As for other models that contributed to the recent success of the British automaker, the Jaguar X-Type has seen 363,603 units produced between 2001-2009. The Land Rover Freelander 2 has also been successful for the brand, having seen 381,211 manufactured to date since October 25, 2006.

“We are delighted to be celebrating this huge milestone for Halewood,” said Richard Else, Operations Director at Halewood. “This unique Evoque looks stunning and is a one-off vehicle that will raise money for Cancer Research UK projects here in the North West.”

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