Jaguar Land Rover have wheeled out its first fully electric car known as the I-Pace, which has been designed in the Midlands.
A preview of the vehicle was unveiled at the motorshow in Los Angeles but it won't be hit roads in the UK until 2018.
Britain's biggest carmaker is also keeping details about production location and technical specifications a secret until next year.
Our Business Correspondent Mark Gough asked Global Brand Director Stephen de Pleoy what impact the car will have on jobs in the region:
What we do know so far is the car has been designed and engineered by the team in Whitley, Coventry
With demand for electric cars growing, JLR will be hoping the I-Pace will put them ahead in the market for alternatively powered luxury vehicles.
What we know so far about the I-Pace:
Everything about the car has been designed in house
It's designed to do 0-60 in less than 4 seconds
The production version will be revealed in late 2017 and will hit the road a year later
It's an electric performance SUV, combining the look of a supercar, sports car performance and five-seater versatility
The carmaker says it will be able to go 500km (310 miles) on a single charge
In theory this means drivers with an average daily commute only need to recharge it once a week
They claim the 90kw battery will charge to 80% in 90 minute