The car industry in the UK reported record exports in the first 11 months of the year. It is thought that the low pound boosted sales.
UK car exports increased to 1.25m, the highest ever. Factories had put on more shifts and increased overtime to meet the demand for British-made vehicles.
The low pound has widely been cited by car makers as a reason for increased demand abroad.
Last week Nissan UK, which exports more than 80% of its vehicles, warned that it may have to reconsider expanding production in the UK if it face higher import costs or restrictions on the supply of vital parts.