Jaguar Land Rover extends agreement with Castrol through 2026
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Jaguar Land Rover extends agreement with Castrol through 2026

Jaguar Land Rover has extended its long-standing relationship with Castrol through 2026.

Castrol’s deep collaboration with Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) since 2001 is focused on delivering technologically advanced, efficient lubricant products that push the boundaries of engine performance and help improve fuel economy. This combined experience supports performance in millions of Jaguar Land Rover drivers around the world.

Castrol EDGE Professional is the only oil recommended by Jaguar Land Rover.

Technology continues to evolve at pace

“We are delighted to extend our collaboration with Jaguar Land Rover, through the new contract,” says Erasmo Viola, Castrol VP Strategic Cooperation. “Our collaboration in the laboratory, on the racetrack and on the world’s roads delivers technological innovation and supports Castrol’s and JLR’s sustainability ambitions, helping to deliver real benefits to Jaguar Land Rover retailers and customers, today and in the future.”

“The collaboration between Castrol and Jaguar Land Rover goes back over 20 years and we look forward to further developing this relationship over the next five years. Castrol plays a vital role in helping Jaguar Land Rover deliver our aims and targets across many powertrain related topics, reducing engine wear and helping to improve fuel economy. Our future development of technology continues to evolve at pace and Castrol is playing a vital role within it,” says Peter Hettich, director of Jaguar Land Rover Global Customer Services.

In addition to co-engineering and development work on engine oils for production vehicles, Castrol will continue as a lead sponsor for the Jaguar Formula E® race team, which serves as a testbed for new technologies and solutions. Castrol’s technical collaboration with the team aims to deliver on-track performance enhancements through advanced EV fluids, lubricants and coolants.

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