As you already know, in December 2015, Land Rover will end the current generation Defender production. The same model will be produced in Asia for the China market and a new generation will spawn the Europe market. 

But Jaguar Land Rover is not able to build the new model in the Solihull, Grand Britain, facility and it is searching another factory. According to our sources, the assembly line could be developed in Hungary or Poland. 

If the first option will come in line, there are bigger changes to see the facility in Gyor, the same city where Audi is producing the TT and their 4-cylinder engine. As a result, Land Rover will have a logistic advantage. 

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As for the other location, there are no words about the exact region in Poland where the British car manufacturer could set the new factory. 

Source: Land Rover