Things are relatively quiet on the sales front for JLR. Global sales for JLR were +0.9% in June and +0.4% YTD. Jaguar was +6.4% in June and -1.2% YTD. Land Rover was -1.5% in June and +1.1% YTD. The new E-Pace and Velar have kept things ticking along in a very competitive premium segment. So let's look at more detail.
Models: For Jaguar, SUVs now have over half of total sales, making you wonder why it took so long to get into that genre. That percentage will increase too. Land Rover has a tussle going on between the Evoque and RR Sport models, with the latter likely to win out until the new Evoque comes along soon.
|R R Sport||6,856||19.2%||2.2%||41,490||18.5%|
Regions: Jaguar is doing well in Europe (thanks to the E-Pace) as well as the rest of the world. Land Rover is buoyant in North America and again the rest of the world. Combined it's the rest of the world that is strongest in terms of growth. The split between brands is currently 70/30 in favour of Land Rover.
Data source: Tata.