Wednesday, November 16, 2011
By Pranjal Gera
Tata Motors worldwide sales swell by 10 percent in October month
Indian multinational automobile company, Tata Motors Limited, has reported an upward movement in its global automobile sales in recently concluded October month. The increase in sales recorded was of 10 percent to 95,789 vehicles in October as compared to 2010 sales in the same month.
Tata Motors stated that the sales of premium luxury sedan Jaguar saw a boost by 63 percent at 5,231 vehicles, while the Land Rover brand notices a hike in sales of 34 percent at 20,927 vehicles in October month in comparison to the same month in 2010.
The company’s luxury brand Jaguar and Land Rover jointly observed an increase by 39 percent to 26,158 vehicles during October against the last year’s sale in the same month, it added. As per the company, the sales in passenger cars climbed up by 14 percent at 52,605 vehicles last month as judged against the October month in 2010.
The sales collected by the firm’s Commercial vehicle mounted up by 6 percent at 43,184 in October besides last year’s sales in the same month, according to the company.
Tata Hispano Motors Carrocera; a wholly owned subsidiary based in Aragon, Spain and Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicles; a Tata Group owned company is South Korea, are responsible for the company’s worldwide commercial vehicle sales.
The global up in sales with 10 percent in October was lower when compared to the September sales that accounted for 22 percent increase. Also, in the month of October, Tata Motors were rated as the No.1 automobile manufacturers in the United States, leaving behind the global auto makers.