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Where are Range Rovers made?

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Range Rovers are made by Jaguar Land Rover in Solihull in the West Midlands and Halewood, near Liverpool, so both plants are in the United Kingdom. A new plant in China will also produce a version of the Range Rover.

After being in semi-development for nearly 20 years, the first Range Rover went on sale in 1970. Until 1987, the only Range Rovers available for sale in the United States were on the grey or parallel market. Range Rover was acquired, together with Jaguar, from Ford by Tata Motors in 2009.


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