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%.
Jaguar Land Rover have started phase one of a recruitment drive to employ up to 600 people at their new engine plant near Wolverhampton.
The current team working at the plant consists of 100 people including, 18 apprentices and 6 graduates.
Many of these workers are pleased they took this job opportunity at the new facility.
In the next four years Jaguar Land Rover are hoping to take on 600 people in manufacturing roles at their new plant in Staffordshire.
Trevor Leeks, the Engine Manufacturing Centre’s new Operations Director said:
Our new Engine Manufacturing Centre is a significant strand of Jaguar Land Rover’s global growth ambitions and it is critical that we have a world-class manufacturing team at the heart of our new plant.
We are entering the next phase of the programme with our small team moving onsite just last week. Today, we are starting to build our operational team for the future with the launch of our recruitment campaign.
We are looking for dedicated, committed and passionate people to join the Jaguar Land Rover team at the Engine Manufacturing Centre.
The first phase of a major recruitment drive for Jaguar Land Rover starts today. In the next four years they are hoping to take on 600 people in manufacturing roles at their new plant in Staffordshire.
The company say they hope to increase that recruitment figure to 1,400 overall, as part of a £500 million investment into the Engine Manufacturing Centre near Wolverhampton.
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The Chief Executive of Jaguar Land Rover will meet with David Cameron in Beijing today, where they will officially open JLR's training academy.
The Midlands-based carmaker is also set to announce they will sell 100,000 cars to Chinese dealerships in the next year - an increase of 25%.
Simon Cowell has said he still favours Jaguars, as the new F Type Coupe is launched at the Los Angeles Motorshow.
He explained how his father had an E-Type, and he looks forward to seeing the next generation of that in action.
The new Jaguar F-Type Coupe has been unveiled at the Los Angeles Motorshow. This video shows the power of the new car, and the sound of the engine.
The car is built at the Jaguar Land Rover plant in Castle Bromwich, Birmingham.
Jaguar have unveiled the F-Type Coupe in front of the world's press at the Los Angeles Motorshow.
The car is built in Castle Bromwich, Solihull, and is expected to go on sale in showrooms from early next year.
The hotly-anticipated Jaguar F-Type coupe, which is not on the market for another six months, has been spotted camouflaged in a supermarket car park in Leamington Spa.
The £80,000 model is the coupe version of the sports car and has been referred to as the world's best looking car by motorist enthusiasts.
The car was expected to make its debut at next week’s LA Motor Show with deliveries beginning in Spring 2014.