Jaguar And Land Rover Will Roll Out New SVR Model Every Year

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SVO is ready to pump out a ton of new models.

Jaguar Land Rover has just opened up a new $25 million headquarters for its Special Vehicles Operations. This 20,000 square-meter facility will be home to the company's future SVR models. The SVO division already produces the Range Rover Sport SVR, Range Rover SVAutobiography, and Jaguar F-Type SVR. SVO's managing director, John Edwards, says that production of SVR models will increase by 40% to 50% from the current 3,500 annual unit total. A fourth SVR model is coming this year, and that is just the beginning.

Edwards says that we can expect a new SVR model every year from now until 2020. This new facility employs more than 200 employees and 250 more will be added in 2016. With a new headquarters, SVO will offer more personalization options and be able to keep up with demand. This is all great news, because the SVR models are simply awesome.

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