Jaguar Land Rover retail sales in May 2019 were 42,370vehicles, down 12.2% compared to May 2018.

Higher retail sales of the new Range Rover Evoque and the all-electric I-PACE were offset bylower sales of other models, primarily in China. Sales of the Discovery Sport were lower aheadof the introduction of the refreshed model, which is now on sale following its reveal in May.

By region, retail sales were marginally down in North America (-1 .5%) and also down in othermarkets including the UK (-6.7%), Europe (-9.6%), Overseas markets (-18.4%) and China (-26.4%) where market conditions remain challenging.

Jaguar retail sales in May 2019 were 13,142 vehicles, down 9.4% year-on-year and LandRover retailed 29,228 vehicles, down 13.5% compared to May 2018.


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