Tata Motors' owned Jaguar Land Rover registered a growth of 8 percent at 1,24,776 units in this year's first quarter as compared to same period previous year. Sales in China went up by 36 percent and North America and Asia Pacific region saw an equal 13 percent growth in the deliveries. While established markets such as UK and Europe witnessed a marginal slump in sales.
Independently, Land Rover sales were ahead by 6 percent for the quarter at 1,00,745 with Jaguar up 19 percent to 24,031, backed by the launch of the new F-Type coupe.
Commenting on the quarterly performance Andy Goss, Jaguar Land Rover Group Sales Operations Director said: “This has been a strong start to the year for both brands thanks to continued global demand for our latest model offerings. The F-TYPE Coupe has just been launched to the world’s media to critical acclaim and Land Rover are set to reveal a Discovery Vision Concept car at the New York International Auto Show, to showcase Land Rover’s design vision for a new family of Discovery vehicles."