Jaguar Land Rover bosses are set to be quizzed by MPs over the company’s future plans.
Last month the firm said it would shut one of its factories in the West Midlands, claiming no redundancies would be necessary due to the expansion of the remaining plant.
A decision will not be made until next year, but Solihull is the most likely due to the aluminium manufacturing capacity at Castle Bromwich, which will probably be utilised for the next generation of Range Rover and Sport.
The JLR management will tomorrow meet Labour MP for Coventry South Jim Cunningham and other Coventry and Warwickshire MPs at House of Commons.
"I want to hear the company give clear commitments to job security to enable workers and the unions to face the future with confidence,” said Cunnigham.
“I'm also interested what new models the company plans to bring on stream to keep Jaguar Land Rover ahead of its competitors. As a quintessential British company, which is vital to the economy of Coventry and the wider Warwickshire and West Midlands economy, it's important that the chief executive David Smith reaffirms JLR’s confidence both in the highly skilled workforce within the company and their ongoing and lasting commitment to the UK as a whole.”