Toyota and Lexus models roll off production lines at the rate of 19.9 models a minute.
Moneyshake analysed the makers and found Volkswagen Group built 19.8 cars a minute, Hyundai 13.7, GM 13.0 and Ford 12.2 per minute but they fade into the background when all China makers churn out 48.9 cars a minute, more than double the rate in the US.
Honda Swindon has restarted car production.
It stopped last week due to a shortage of imported parts suck in containers at ports along with other goods.
Anglesey and Pembrokeshire have most charging points per plug in cars in Wales.
The island community has 2.8 PHEVs per charging point and West Wales follows with 2.95 while Gwynedd possesses 3.16, shows a survey for Jeep.
McLaren said it is seeing a return to sales after the coronavirus epidemic dented business this year.
The upshot has been seen in Asia and is likely to spread to Europe and then US sales, it said in a statement to media after the news it has sold a small stake in its F1 operation to an American sports group.
Weekend reports suggest the automotive sector in Britain will get Government aid to compensate for disruption and losses after Brexit at the end of this month.
Farming, fisheries and chemical suppliers will also get a bailout.
British insurers are extending their easement of driving cover until 19 March.
It means commuting is covered if not before and those providing social or medical services on a voluntary basis will also be covered without having to notify their insurer.