Besides, 300 people will be hired at the logistics unit, to be managed by DHL, at JLR's Halewood plant in the UK.
"JLR has increased the value of UK supply contracts by one billion pound, in addition to the 2 billion pound supply contracts it awarded to more than 40 UK suppliers in March 2011," the company said in a statement.
It said the additional investment will be over the next four years.
These suppliers will provide components, facilities and services to support the Range Rover Evoque production at Halewood plant on Merseyside, it added.
In March 2011, JLR had placed two billion pound (over Rs 14,600 crore) orders to source components for the Range Rover Evoque, which has witnessed sales of 60,111 units till April this year since its launch in September last year.
Besides, JLR also announced to open a new logistics facility in Ellesmere Port in Cheshire in this year to support the global sales of both the Range Rover Evoque and Land Rover Freelander 2.
"JLR's logistics provider, DHL, will manage this purpose-built automotive logistics site to enhance its existing operations at JLR's Halewood plant, creating around 300 new jobs," the company said.
The details of the new jobs will be announced by DHL in the near future, it added.
Commenting on the announcements, JLR Chief Executive Officer Ralf Speth said: "Today's announcements demonstrate JLR's strong products and clear ambition for continued growth. The demand we have seen across the globe for the Range Rover Evoque means we are able to significantly increase what we spend with our suppliers."
In March 2012, JLR announced to hire 1,000 people at its Halewood plant to support production of the Evoque and Freelander 2.
Earlier, the company had placed orders to source parts with over 40 suppliers, including International Automotive Components, Johnson Controls, Magna International, McKecknie, Kostal, Sertec, Walsall Pressings and Kautex Unipart.