Japanese car giant Honda is investing £267 million in it's plant in Swindon. It's the biggest investment at the site for more than a decade.
500 new workers have been hired to build the new products and there are plans to double production by the end of the year.
Business Secretary Vince Cable is visiting the plant to see the Civic and CR-V models roll off the production line.
Our Wiltshire reporter Robert Murphy is at the plant as the new models start rolling off the production line:
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