Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), a luxury car maker owned by Tata Motors, posted a 4.3% increase in sales to 38,519 units in August compared to the same period last year.
The company said that its main reason for the increase in sales is to introduce new range Rover Velar and Jaguar XFL in China in the review period, as well as good sales of Discovery Sport and F-Pace, is going on.
In China and North America, its sales have been on an annual basis, while sales in Europe, Britain and other overseas markets have decreased.
JLR Group Sales Operating Director Andy Gauss said that the global growth of JLR has been better with good performance in North America. It sold 10,560 units of Jaguar brand and 27,559 units of Land Rover brand.