Jaguar Land Rover has announced that they will be creating more jobs in the region but only if they expand their site.
The boss of the company says this can only happen if the government helps by freeing up land and improving electricity supplies.
ITV News understands that if this is too difficult to achieve in the UK, the company may look elsewhere.
As our Business Correspondent Mark Gough reports:
The concept car, known as the I-Pace, has been designed by the team at Whitley in Coventry.Read the full story ›
15 of the classic 4x4s will roll off the Land Rover production line this morning, after 68 years of the model being built in Solihull.Read the full story ›
The two millionth Land Rover Defender to come off the production line at the luxury car maker's Solihull plant has sold for £400,000 at auction.
The famous 4x4 was first build in Solihull in 1948, and has retained elements of its original design ever since.
The car was sold at an auction house in London last night, with proceeds going to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies & the Born Free Foundation.
Jaguar has announced that it is to return to global motorsport from autumn 2016 after a 12-year break.Read the full story ›
Jaguar Land Rover have confirmed that it will be the first British carmaker to open a manufacturing facility in Slovakia.Read the full story ›
The 4x4 F-Pace was on display at the Frankfurt Motor Show.Read the full story ›
Land Rover will be revealing their 'Transparent Trailer' research, a camera system that makes a trailer appear see-through when being towed.Read the full story ›
Jaguar Land Rover has announced record profits of more than £2.6billion.
The pre-tax earnings for the year to 31 March are a rise of £113million on the previous year.
The company says it means they can invest in a long term future. They unveiled three new cars in the last year and opened their manufacturing centre in Wolverhampton.
Jaguar Land Rover has delivered five years of solid financial results, enabling us to invest in our long-term future. This has positioned the company strategically and financially for continued sustainable growth.
The past year has been one of significant achievement, with the expansion of our vehicle ranges and our manufacturing footprint.
We are committed to delivering further growth this year, maintaining our relentless pace of launching new models and introducing innovative technologies for our discerning customers around the world.”
Jaguar Land Rover will officially open its brand new facilities at its Solihull plant today.
The plant will produce a Jaguar model, the new XE, for the first time in its 70 year history.
Last year the company announced plans to create 1,700 jobs to build the new sports saloon.
The workforce at Solihull has nearly doubled in the past three years with 9,450 people currently employed there.