James Bond car maker Aston Martin is to open a new factory in South Wales, creating more than 750 jobs.
The luxury marque will build its new DBX model at a plant in St Athan in the Vale of Glamorgan from 2020 following a worldwide search for a new manufacturing facility.
The plant will be Aston Martin's second factory and will create an estimated 1,000 jobs in the wider supply chain and local businesses.
The firm is famous for the sporty models associated with 007, and Daniel Craig drove an Aston DB10 in the latest Bond movie Spectre.
Watch: First Minister Carwyn Jones and Aston Martin's chief executive Andrew Palmer unveil the car in Cardiff today.
Watch: Carole Green reports from the unveiling in Cardiff
Wales' Economy Minister Edwina Hart said the plant making the DBX would mean cars rolling off a production line in Wales for the first time in almost 50 years.