Jaguar Land Rover is to suspend all production at its plants across the UK, in response to the spread of coronavirus.
The firm said assembling would stop one week from now. It intends to continue on 20 April, yet said this could change.
Its choice is a piece of the organization’s arrangement to “shield its business progression”.
The Coventry-based vehicle creator has plants over the UK, including Castle Bromwich, Solihull, and Halewood.
Activities are as yet proceeding with abroad.
Its processing plant in China revived toward the finish of February, it stated, as “life starts to return to ordinary in the nation”, while locales in Brazil and India are still in activity.
In an announcement, the organization said its choice to restart UK creation on 20 April was “subject to audit of quickly evolving conditions”.
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It comes as BMW, Toyota, Honda, Nissan and Vauxhall have just shut their plants in the UK.
Bentley has likewise suspended creation at its plant in Crewe for about a month, due to the “quickened pace of disease” and the “breaks in the inventory network”, just as a normal “decrease popular”.
Center business capacities will proceed, be that as it may, with gatherings to occur through video calls.
Adrian Hallmark, director and CEO of Bentley Motors, said it was a “troublesome choice to take” however that these were “extraordinary occasions”.