Jaguar made 40% more cars last year, at its Castle Bromwich plant, than they did in 2012.
More than 78,000 cars, including the F-type Jaguar, rolled off its production lines - Landrover production was also up by 11%.
The news comes after Derby's Toyota factory, in Burnaston, announced the biggest production increase in the whole of the UK; with production up by 60%.
Toyota made 60% more cars at its Derbyshire site last year than in 2012.
The increase marks the biggest growth out of all the car manufacturers in the country, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.
180,000 cars rolled out of its Burnaston factory in 2013.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders says car production rose by 4.5% in the first 11 months of this year.
It says the output for 2013 looks like it will be the best in six years. At the same time, it says output dropped in November because several sites are preparing to produce new models of cars.
Remploy, a company which provides employment opportunities for people with disabilities, has confirmed that a preferred bidder has been identified for its automotive business based in factories in Birmingham, Coventry and Derby.
Negotiations will now be held to complete a transaction as soon as possible.
The company made the announcement as it confirmed three factories in Blackburn, Neath and Sheffield are to close as no bids have been made for the furniture part of the business.
One of the biggest ever gatherings of Midlands-built Rover cars has taken place today in Warwickshire.
It included an armoured police vehicle once used by Margaret Thatcher. Some of the very first Rovers were also on show.
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The largest gathering of Rover vehicles in many years has taken place in Warwickshire today.
The event has been jointly organised by the Rover Sports Register (RSR) and the Rover P6 Club, in celebration of the RSR's 60th birthday and the 50th anniversary of the launch of the Rover P6.
Over 250 cars and other vehicles have arrived at Coughton Court, near Alcester.
Jaguar Land Rover boss Dr Ralf Speth says he wants to compete with US car makers but says the expansion will be driven from the UK. He says the Midlands is a fantastic region to build cars.
He was speaking at the British American Business Council dinner in Birmingham yesterday evening.
British colleges produce the best designers and engineers and the UK has the best car craftsmen in the world, he said, and advanced manufacturing is the key to success.
Business secretary Vince Cable revealed at the dinner that Dr Speth lets him loose on the Jaguar Land Rover race tracks.
Both men are in Birmingham for a three day transatlantic conference organised by the British American Business Council.
The scope of the Japanese airbag problem is a little wider than first reported, with a total of around 3.4 million vehicles set to be recalled worldwide.
The recall includes 490,000 cars in Europe and 580,000 from North America.
The concern is that airbags in front of the vehicles' front passenger seat may not inflate when required, a spokesman for Toyota said.
He added that no injuries or deaths had been reported because of the fault.