Central Tonight has learned that Jaguar will be taking on more than a thousand people because it'll be building as many as four new models at the company's factory in Birmingham.
It showed off the first today - an estate - but three more models are in the pipeline and it could secure work at the factory for upto two decades.
Des Thurlby, Director of HR at Jaguar Land Rover, explains exactly what the 1,100 new employees will be doing at the car maker in Castle Bromwich.
Jaguar Landrover says it is taking on 1,100 people in a massive expansion of its factory at Castle Bromwich in Birmingham.
The firm says it is going to build new Jaguar models there. One will be the XF Sportbrake - an estate car which will be launched later this year.
ITV has learned that as many as four new models may come to Jaguar's Castle Bromwich plant in Birmingham.
Today the company announced it was taking on 1,100 new people to build the XF Sportbrake - a new estate car.
But Tim Parker, from the union Unite, said four models could be built at the factory over the next five years.
Central Tonight understands that Jaguar Landrover is expected to announce that two new models are to be built at its plant in Birmingham.
It would mean production could hit more than 100,000 cars a year, saving the 2,000 jobs there, create another thousand and trigger investment of £200 million.
It's part of a deal agreed with the union.
The staff agreed a Saturday working deal, and in return, Jaguar's owners Tata said they'll bring new work to the plant. Our business correspondent Mark Gough reports.
Workers at Jaguar Landrover's Castle Bromwich plant has voted overwhelming to accept a new flexible working deal.
The agreement now means Tata the parent company will bring two new models to the plant, investment of £200 million and 1,000 jobs.
Two hundred million pounds will be invested into Jaguar's Castle Bromwich factory in Birmingham if union members agree to new working practices.
Tata, who own Jaguar Land Rover say two new models will be built in Birmingham and a thousand jobs will be created.
The ballot results are expected today.
Jaguar workers will vote on a new flexible way of working today. If they agree, Tata, which owns Jaguar Land Rover says it'll build two new models at the Castle Bromwich factory in Birmingham, invest two hundred million pounds and create a thousand jobs.