Hundreds of office jobs are to go at luxury car manufacturer Jaguar and its Ford-owned stablemate Land Rover.
Up to 300 posts could be lost at the two companies as part of a voluntary redundancy scheme to restructure the company.
“We have a voluntary redundancy programme in place for up to 300 salaried staff right across the Jaguar/Land Rover organisation in Britain,” said spokesman Don Hume.
“It’s part of ongoing business restructuring and in line with what the parent company Ford is doing on a global scale.”
Eligible employees at offices in Castle Bromwich (Birmingham), Gaydon (Warwickshire), Whitley (Coventry) and Halewood (Merseyside), were being invited to apply, Hume said.