The Jaguar Land Rover plant in Solihull is set for a major boost with an investment of a further £120 million on the back of its latest model.
The announcement was made at the Frankfurt Motor Show where JLR showcased its new F-Pace model .
Built alongside the Jaguar XE at the company's flagship Solihull manufacturing plant, Jaguar's new model has resulted in an additional £120 million of investment in the facility.
This takes the total amount invested in Solihull to £620 million - the largest investment in the 70 year history of the plant.
Jaguar Land Rover chief executive, Dr Ralf Speth said: "We are pushing the boundaries in design, engineering and manufacturing to deliver outstanding cars.
"Our investment in the development of the F-Pace, its industry leading architecture and the UK plants which support its manufacture provides a clear signal that Jaguar Land Rover is committed to Britain and advancing the skills and capability of the industry".