The Prime Minister has praised Midlands' car manufacturers for leading the country's re-industrialisation.
Car manufacturing in the UK has recently gone up by 10 per cent.
In the House of Commons today Mr Cameron praised the commercial success of Toyota and Jaguar Land Rover.
During Prime Minister's Questions, the MP for South Derbyshire Heather Wheeler asked David Cameron to join her in congratulating Toyota, which has a base at Burnaston in Derby, as well as other manufacturers, following recent figures which showed that car production in the UK has gone up by 10%.
In his response, the Prime Minister said companies like Toyota and Jaguar Land Rover are leading the re-industrialisation of the United Kingdom.
Adrian Hallmark, Jaguar's Design Director and Global Brand Director, says the new concept model is good news for the Castle Bromwich plant in the West Midlands, where all Jaguar models are currently made.
This was the moment this afternoon Jaguar Land River unveiled their latest model to the world.
The CX17 is said to be the first in a long line of new models which could be built in the West Midlands.
Jaguar Land Rover has just unveiled a new concept car which is expected to secure thousands of jobs in the West Midlands.
The CX17 will be the platform for a whole new fleet of Jaguars which the company will start selling in 2015.
Adrian Hallmark, Jaguar's Design Director and Global Brand Director, told the Frankfurt motor show that these will be smaller cheaper Jaguars.
Tony Walker, Deputy Managing Director of Toyota Derby.