Jaguar Land Rover has reported sales of 462,678 vehicles in 2014, up 9% year-on year.
Commenting on the full year performance Andy Goss, Jaguar Land Rover Group Sales Operations Director, said: “Jaguar Land Rover has once again outperformed prior year performance, with retails up across all of our key regions.”
He also suggested that, with the new Jaguar XE and Land Rover Discovery Sport joining the range in 2015, the brands could see combined sales of over 500,000 by the end of 2015.
“2014 has been a year of significant achievements for Jaguar Land Rover, recognised by more than 100 international awards. We aim to make 2015 even better, by creating ever more exciting cars that deliver great customer experiences,” he added.
Jaguar Land Rover’s global performance saw sales up by 28 per cent in China, three per cent in Europe, two per cent in the USA and seven per cent in the UK.
Land Rover had its best year on record, with sales reaching 381,108, up 9 per cent year-on-year. Jaguar sales were up 6 per cent for the year, retailing 81,570 vehicles. The F-Type, which has just completed its first full year of sales, continues to raise brand awareness around the world. The XF also recorded its best year of sales to date, contributing to Jaguar’s strongest full year performance in nearly a decade.
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