Solihull-based Jaguar Land Rover has today (29/09) unveiled its latest Discovery model at Paris Motor Show.
The new car, which is produced in the midlands, is the latest evolution in Land Rover’s off-road legacy.
Andy Goss, JLR’s global sales operations director, who is currently at the automotive show has given a strong warning on Brexit, saying tariffs in Europe could mean job losses here in the UK – and Europe is the car maker’s biggest market.
Mr Goss, told BBC Radio Four: “Europe is extremely important. Europe’s about a fifth of our sales. It’s a critical market for JLR.
We’d like to have a tariff-free environment so we can continue to sell.
We’d actually like to also attract the best labour on an ongoing basis.”