Tata Motors managed to record a genuine growth in the second quarter this year with its global sales rising by nearly 25 percent in comparison of the same three months in the previous year. Read the details:
New Delhi: Tata Motor's sales record shows that the carmakers has fared well in comparison of a lot of rivals when coronavirus forced lockdowns across the world, especially in key markets like India during the first and second covid-19 waves.
Tata Motors managed to record a genuine growth in the second quarter this year with its global sales rising by nearly 25 percent in comparison of the same three months in the previous year.
Tata Motors’ performance globally, is notable despite the challenges carmakers are facing to due to the chip shortage crisis, which include Jaguar Land Rover.
Tata Motors reported that its global wholesales including Jaguar Land Rover vehicles, stood at 2,51,689 units, up from 2,02,873 vehicles the carmaker sold in 2020 between July and September.
The sales figure include both passenger and commercial vehicles from the carmaker. The overall wholesale growth has been upto 24 percent.
Tata Motors had recorded global wholesales figures of 2,14,250 vehicles, in the first quarter this year, between April and June. This was a 17 per cent increase compared to the same period in 2020 as well.
The British luxury SUV wing owned by Tata Motors, Jaguar Land Roversold, 78,251 vehicles during this period. Jaguar wholesales for the quarter were 13,944 vehicles, while Land Rover wholesales for the quarter were 64,307 vehicles.