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.
Jaguar Landrover says it is taking on 1,100 people in a massive expansion of its factory at Castle Bromwich in Birmingham.
An announcement is due shortly from Jaguar Landrover about plans to build new cars at the company's plant in Castle Bromwich in Birmingham.