The chairman of Jaguar is to be quizzed by MPs over plans to quit the firm's historic Coventry headquarters.
Geoff Polites, chairman of Jaguar and Land Rover, is to visit the House of Commons on Thursday for a meeting with MPs and trade union officials.
It follows the announcement that Jaguar is to pull out of its historic home at Browns Lane in Coventry.
The company, part of the Ford empire, has drawn up plans to close down the huge site, which has been its base for 53 years.
Car production ended at Browns Lane in July, but the site continued to be Jaguar's global headquarters and more than 500 people were employed there - most in wood veneer work and the rest in administration.
It is unclear what will become of Browns Lane now, although there are rumours another manufacturer may be waiting to buy the site. There has also been speculation the huge site at Allesley, close to the A45 and on the edge of the Warwickshire green belt, could be used for housing.
The meeting has been organised by Coventry MP Geoffrey Robinson (Lab Coventry North West), a former Jaguar chief executive.
Other MPs taking part include Bob Ainsworth (Lab Coventry North East); Jim Cunningham (Lab Coventry South); Bill Olner ( Lab Nuneaton); Jeremy Wright (Con Rugby and Kenilworth) and Richard Burden (Lab Birmingham Northfield).
Mr Robinson said: "I'm after assurances as to what will happen to the administrative HQ and its office staff, and I'm eager to know what the plans are for the site. If we do have another manufacturing company poised to take over the site, then how many jobs do they plan to bring with them?
"We need to know how far the discussions have developed with this possible buyer and how much they are willing to invest in the site long term.
"The good news is that Jaguar intends to transfer the woodshop operations to Whitley, which will consolidate the site and I hope a likely jobs' boost for Coventry with another big manufacturing name."
Representatives of the Amicus and TGWU unions will also be attending.
There are understood to be no plans for redundancies among the manufacturing teams, but there are doubts over the future of office staff.
The heritage centre at Brown's Lane, attracts thousands of car fans every year.