Jaguar Land Rover cuts output at UK factories due to chip shortage
By Theo Leggett
Business correspondent, BBC News
Carmaker Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is reducing output at its factories in Solihull and Halewood until the spring, due to ongoing problems obtaining enough computer chips for new vehicles.
The action is expected to affect the output of models such as the Jaguar F-Pace and Land Rover Discovery Sport.
The move is understood to be temporary, with JLR focusing on more profitable models such as the Range Rover.
Output of these cars has been ramped up in recent months.
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