Jaguar Land Rover launches new body design cycleOctober 22, 2020
JLR has embarked on a two-year program of testing new wear-resistant materials for body panels.
The British automaker has embarked on a new two-year research program on wear-resistant materials for car body panels. It is reported that the development will use aerospace technology. It is assumed that the automaker will be able to obtain materials that are more resistant to corrosion and external damage than current ones.
At the same time, the concern’s engineers are developing a new type of interaction with the car – contactless. These studies also apply technologies used in the design of spacecraft. After prototypes of multimedia systems pass the necessary tests, they will be installed on cars that will travel over 400,000 kilometers in different climatic conditions.
It is reported that the use of new production technologies will allow Jaguar Land Rover to reduce harmful emissions into the atmosphere of its enterprises. In addition to all of the above, the company is developing a new strategy for the production of electric vehicles that can avoid accidents.
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