JLR already has 200,000 vehicles on order

JLR already has 200,000 vehicles on order


JLR already has 200,000 vehicles on order

Jaguar Land Rover had about 200,000 vehicles on order as of June 30. That was 32,000 more than three months earlier. 62,000 orders have been placed for the New Range Rover and 46,000 for the Defender.

JLR communicates this in its quarterly summary. Despite the record book, deliveries remain under pressure due to global chip shortages. The end of the previous Range Rover Sport and the corona lockdown in China also play a role. Therefore, the number of vehicles delivered in the second quarter of 78,825 was again 37 percent less than the previous year. Compared to the previous quarter, however, there was calm.

Decline in sales

Within the group, Jaguar sold 15,207 units in the last three months, down 48 percent, while Land Rover was down 33 percent at 63,618 units. In the UK home market, both brands together produced more than 10 percent of vehicles, while the rest of Europe was higher at 49 percent. However, in China, important for JLR, 5 percent fewer vehicles were produced, while sales in North America they were less than 10 percent. British carmakers do not provide further figures for each country or continent in the message.

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