Jaguar Land Rover celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Queen’s Coronation

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August 2013

As the only automotive manufacturer to hold all three Royal Warrants Jaguar Land Rover was proud to be the official motor partner for the Royal Preview of the Coronation Festival.
The Coronation Festival, which took place in the gardens of Buckingham Palace in July, was a celebration of innovation, excellence and industry through trade and craft. Uniquely, it was the first time that more than 200 companies who hold Royal Warrants of Appointment were brought together on this scale, to showcase their goods, services and skills.

Dr Ralf Speth, Jaguar Land Rover’s chief executive officer said: “Jaguar and Land Rover were each granted their first Royal Warrants in 1951, a year before The Queen ascended the throne. We are honoured and delighted to be celebrating this long and unbroken relationship by supporting the Coronation Festival. The association of our vehicles with the Royal Family is appreciated by our customers around the world, from the United States to China. So we recognise the Royal Warrants as an important contributor to the company’s accelerating global growth.”

Jaguar Land Rover is the largest manufacturer of premium vehicles in the UK. Both of its great British marques have been at the forefront of the UK automotive industry’s drive to deliver technical innovation in all areas of vehicle development. Over the last six decades Jaguar and Land Rover expertise has led to the delivery of a number of world first innovations.



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