Tata Motors is likely to cut production at Jaguar’s Castle Bromwich assembly plant by the end of September. According to AutoCar, due to the economic slowdown, Jaguar will be the latest automaker to cut production; however, it is yet to be determined by how much.
A Jaguar spokesperson said that “final decisions have yet to be made, but its likely production of XJ and XK will be reduced, primarily in response to global demand.”
The spokesperson also said that Jaguar’s UK sales were up 12 percent due to the success of the XF sedan. Jaguar recently moved 300 workers from Land Rover to Castle Bromwich to help produce more units of the XF.