The big growth for Jaguar was in Asia/Pacific and 'Other' markets. Traditionally dominant Europe and North America still command 68% of sales, but this is lessening and so it should. Too many eggs in the mature markets basket can leave one exposed if they contract.
The XF with its improvements had a good increase in sales (+13%), but the other two models slipped. The XJ (-1%) was about the same in sales and the XK (-15%) is ageing. The newly released XF sportsbrake has been a long time coming and should add to Jaguar sales for 2013. The new F-Type is needed asap and should be a winner when it arrives during the year also. As it stands now, Jaguar is too reliant on the XF, with 64% of Jaguar sales.
Data source: Thanks to Tata.