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Lunaz adds 250 workers to meet classic Range Rover EV demand

Thursday, 10 November 2022 at 14:45:00 UTC


Al Suttie

Employment surge as EV Range Rover reaches 45% of Lunaz’s production

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Electric classic car convertor Lunaz has reported that demand for its Range Rover Classic models now accounts for 45% of its total production. To fulfil its order book, Lunaz has employed a further 250 staff.

At present demand is running at a ratio of 70/30 for the company’s two models, the Town and the open-top Country.

David Lorenz, CEO of Lunaz, said: ‘The dramatic surge in demand for clean-air classic Range Rovers is significant proof of concept for Lunaz Design. The market has confirmed that re-engineering, electrifying and upcycling the most significant cars in the world will secure their relevance for generations to come. To satisfy this demand, we have recruited 250 experts to join us at Lunaz headquarters in Silverstone, England - the largest upcycling campus in the world.

‘We have drawn on the extraordinary talent pool that exists in Silverstone, Britain's automotive and technology manufacturing heartland. We are proud to fly the flag for our nation’s leadership in cutting-edge zero emissions technologies and more traditional automotive engineering skills on the global stage.’

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