Carmaker Jaguar Land Rover will be opening three engineering hubs in Europe to develop autonomous vehicle technologies in partnership with Nvidia.
Jaguar Land Rover said the hubs in Munich, Bologna and Madrid will develop self-driving systems for JLR’ luxury vehicles. JLR already has six global tech hubs the United States, China and Europe.
JLR, unit of India’s Tata Motors, said the locations were chosen because of the local availability of digital engineering specialists and will create almost 100 engineering jobs focused on developing driver assistance systems and artificial intelligence for self-driving cars of the future.
JLR and Nvidia announced an agreement last year to jointly develop the computer brains and nervous systems for Jaguars and Land Rovers launching in 2025 and beyond.