The identity and logo is part of the group's Reimagine strategy.
Range Rover, Defender, Discovery and Jaguar brands will be promoted as part of the change, but JLR says the Land Rover heritage mark will also remain integral and will still be visible on vehicles, online platforms and retail sites
Chief creative officer Professor Gerry McGovern said: "This is the next chapter of our Reimagine journey to become a truly modern luxury business. The new JLR identity will bring clarity to our clients and act as a unifier for our four distinct British brands.
"Today is an exciting day as we unveil a new identity for our company as part of our House of Brands approach. I’m confident this perfectly illustrates JLR’s ambition in the modern luxury space."
JLR has its engine manufacturing centre at the i54, Wolverhampton.
JLR is transforming the business to become carbon net zero across its supply chain, products, and operations by 2039.
Electrification is central to this strategy and before the end of this decade the Range Rover, Discovery, Defender collections will each have a pure electric model, while Jaguar will be entirely electric.