Jaguar Land Rover's sales rise by 7% to record 621,109 units in 2017


Jaguar Land Rover's sales rose 7 per cent to a record 621,109 vehicles in 2017 but Britain's biggest carmaker said it faced tough conditions in its home market due to weakening consumer confidence and a planned diesel tax rise on new cars. The company has embarked on a major turnaround plan since being bought by India's Tata group in 2008.

This includes investment in new models and expansion of production with the aim of building around 1 million vehicles a year by the turn of the decade. It said growth in China, its.

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