7 October 2022

  • Retail sales in the quarter rose by 12% vs Q1 to reach 88,121 units while wholesales of 75,307 were up 4%
  • Order book remains at record levels reflecting strong customer demand, particularly for New Range Rover, New Range Rover Sport and Defender
  • Sales expected to further improve in the second half of the year

Gaydon, UK, 07 October 2022 – Jaguar Land Rover today reported increasing retail and wholesale volumes for the second quarter of FY23 (three-month period to 30 September 2022).

Retail sales for the quarter were 88,121 vehicles, an increase of 9,296 compared with the previous quarter ending 30 June 2022. Compared to the first quarter, retail sales were higher in China (+38%), North America (+27%) and Overseas (+14%) but were lower in UK (-7%) and Europe (-10%).

Wholesale volumes were 75,307 units in the period (excluding our China Joint Venture), up 4% compared to the previous quarter ending 30 June 2022. This improvement was lower than planned, primarily due to a lower than expected supply of specialised chips from one supplier which could not be readily re-sourced in the quarter. This was mitigated partially by further prioritisation of production to the highest margin products, while new agreements with semiconductor suppliers are expected to enable sales improvements in the second half of the fiscal year.

The production ramp up of New Range Rover and New Range Rover Sport improved with 13,537 units wholesaled in the quarter, up from 5,790 in Q1. This is expected to continue improve in the Second Half.

The Company continues to see strong demand for its products, with global retail orders again setting new records in the quarter. As at 30 September 2022, the total order book has grown to 205,000 units, up around 5,000 orders from 30 June 2022. Demand for the New Range Rover, New Range Rover Sport and Defender remain strong, accounting for over 145,000 of the 205,000 orders.

Jaguar Land Rover expects to report unaudited results for the three months ending 30 September 2022 in the first half of November. The Company expects free cashflow to be near break-even despite the lower than expected wholesale volumes, based on preliminary cash balances of £3.7 billion. Free cashflow in the second half of the fiscal year is expected to be positive driven by sequential improvement in wholesale volumes.



July - Sept 2022



Fiscal 2022/23

April 2022 - Sept 2023

  Units QoQ % change YoY % change Units YoY % change
Jaguar Land Rover 88,121 11.8% (4.9)% 166,946 (23.2)%
Jaguar 17,340 14% (9.9)% 32,547 (32.8)%
Land Rover 70,781 11.3% (3.6)% 134,399 (20.4)%

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Notes to Editors

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About Jaguar Land Rover: Reimagining the future of modern luxury by design 

Jaguar Land Rover’s Reimagine strategy is delivering a sustainability-rich vision of modern luxury by design.  

Our class-leading, modern luxury Range Rover, Discovery, Defender and Jaguar vehicles are in demand around the world, with over 370,000 sold in 123 countries during fiscal year 2021/22. Electrified models accounted for around two thirds of units sold, thanks to a model range that embraces fully electric and hybrid electric technologies, as well as the latest petrol and diesel engines. 

We are transforming our business to become carbon net zero across our supply chain, products and operations by 2039 and have set a roadmap to reduce emissions across our own operations and value chains by 2030 through approved, science-based targets. Electrification is central to this strategy, and all Jaguar and Land Rover nameplates will be available in pure electric form by the end of the decade. 

At heart we are a British company, with two major design and engineering sites, three vehicle manufacturing facilities, an Engine Manufacturing Centre and a Battery Assembly Centre in the UK. We also have vehicle plants in China, Brazil, India, Austria and Slovakia, as well as seven technology hubs across the globe.   

As a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Motors since 2008, Jaguar Land Rover has unrivalled access to leading global players in technology and sustainability within the wider Tata Group.