Jaguar Land Rover has opened a new Classic Works facility at Jaguar’s historic home in Coventry, England.
The brand states that the 14 000m2 facility is “the world’s largest classic car sales, manufacturing and restoration facility of its kind.”
Classic cars will be available for enthusiasts to hire to explore nearby locations in the British Midlands. Car fans can also take a tour of both the factory and the Classic Works premises.
The site includes a showroom and 54 workshop bays similar to a new car dealership, except that Classic Works focuses on vintage cars.
Each car that comes through the facility will undergo a 121-point inspection, which then gets signed off by chief test driver Andy Wallace, winner of the 1988 24 Hours of Le Mans in a Jaguar.
Land Rover Series I, Range Rover Classic, Jaguar E-Type, and Jaguar XKSS , as well as other models will all be restored here, in the same building as the company’s collection of over 500 classic vehicles.
Customers will be able to buy restored classic Jags and Landies directly from the original manufacturer, and have their own vintage cars restored by the experts on site.