Jaguar Land Rover sales rise 35pc in May Jaguar Land Rover sales grew by another 35pc in May despite the deepening eurozone crisis causing worldwide economic uncertainty. JLR said sales rose to 30,094 last month, led by a 42pc rise in Land Rover sales to 25,752 thanks to the popularity of the new Range Rover Evoque By Graham Ruddick6:22PM BST 15 Jun 2012 | Telegraph UK JLR said sales rose to 30,094 last month, led by a 42pc rise in Land Rover sales to 25,752 thanks to the popularity of the new Range Rover Evoque. The increase has been secured despite JLR posting record sales and profits in the year to March 31, 2011. Revenues rose 37pc to Â£13.5bn last year and preâ€“tax profits grew to Â£1.51bn from Â£1.1bn. The Midlands-based company is enjoying significant growth in China, which is now a bigger market for JLR than the UK. However, sales are also rising in Europe thanks to the success of new model such as the Evoque and Jaguar XF. JLR, which is owned by Indian conglomerate Tata, is planning further expansion through investment in a new engine plant in Wolverhampton and the expansion of factories at Castle Bromwich, Gaydon, and Halewood. It will launch a new Jaguar sports car, the F-Type, later this year. Source: Jaguar Land Rover sales rise 35pc in May - Telegraph [HR][/HR] Comments: [HR][/HR] Kudos to TATA, and, a mention of Jeremy Clarkson and Co.. (see them poking fun at TATA) I am happy for the people of UK, that more jobs will be generated for the people there; simultaneously, a central appendage for Jeremy Clarkson and Co..