Electric Jaguars to be made in UK despite Brexit uncertainty

Jaguar Land Rover says it will manufacture a range of electric cars in the U.K., a boost to an industry braced for bad news ahead of Britain's departure from the European Union

The all-electric version of the Jaguar XJ sedan will be made at the firm's factory in Castle Bromwich, in central England. The plant will close for six weeks so new equipment can be installed.

CEO Ralf Speth said Friday that the "future of future of mobility is electric," and that the company is committed to making the next generation of zero-emission vehicles in the U.K.