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Jaguar Land Rover seeks engineers for electric cars

With an eye on the electric vehicle market, assembler UK, Jaguar Land Rover, is hiring technology industry workers for factories in the UK, Ireland, US, India, China and Hungary. The purpose of holdingwhich belongs to India’s Tata Motors, is to develop the electric car sector from 2025 onwards.

To this end, Jaguar Land Rover announced this Friday, the 18th, that it opened 800 jobs for workers from other technology companies – who were recently laid off – for autonomous driving, electrification, machine learning and data science positions. .

The company said workers leaving big tech groups like Amazon, Twitter and Meta are more likely to have the skills needed to fill the new roles.

“Our digital transformation journey is well underway, but being able to recruit highly skilled digital workers is an important next step,” Chief Information Officer Anthony Battle said in a statement.

Electric cars in Brazil

Newcomer Mileto is going to put electric cars on the market at around R$ 100,000. It is a bold announcement, which impacts the still embryonic sector in Brazil. “Our goal is to democratize the use of electric vehicles in Brazil”, defines Alexandre Oliveira, co-founder and CEO of Mileto. “We want to close this gap between clean vehicles and the population.” The plan is to place the first cars on the square by December.

Read here the article by Bruno Meyer published in issue 134 of Revista Oeste

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