Auto Parts UK has announced that it plans to open a new auto parts production facility in London in the next few years, with a future factory in the city already set to open.

The London-based company is one of a handful of automakers currently in the process of opening new auto factories, and it is expected to be one of the first to do so.

The announcement comes as auto parts manufacturer Greyline Auto Parts is also considering opening a factory in Britain.

The company, which is currently owned by UK-based competitor Star Auto Parts, has said that it will expand to the UK next year.

The UK has a long history of automotive manufacturing, having produced more than 40 percent of all cars in the country over the past two decades.

The industry is currently dominated by two manufacturers: Jaguar Land Rover and Mercedes-Benz.

Greyline is currently the second largest automaker in the United Kingdom, with nearly half of all the vehicles sold there being made in Britain and the rest by other companies.

Auto Parts has had a longstanding relationship with the city of London, having opened a factory there in the 1960s.

The current plans for the new facility are not yet finalized, though a spokesperson said that the plan will focus on the UK and will include a large-scale factory.