August 2, 2011 MAHWAH, NJ Jaguar Land Rover North America, LLC today reported July 2011 sales: Land Rover sales for the month were 2,811, up 23 percent from 2,292 in July 2010; Jaguar sales for the month were 984, down 35 percent from 1,516 in July 2010; Jaguar Land Rover North America combined sales for the month were 3,795, a zero percent change from 3,808 units in July 2010. For the full year 2011, Jaguar Land Rover North America is up 12 percent.

"Despite some signs of consumer slow down in July, the Land Rover brand continued its long streak of monthly growth with particularly good results for the Range Rover Sport," said Andy Goss, President, Jaguar Land Rover North America. "For the month total, Jaguar Land Rover North America July sales were equal to 2010, and we are up 12 percent for the year."

U.S. BRAND HIGHLIGHTS

Land Rover

Land Rover's U.S. sales in July were up 23 percent. The Range Rover Sport was the volume leader with 1,160 units sold, a 46 percent increase from 793 units in 2010. LR4 sales increased 23 percent to 640 units from 522 in July 2010. Range Rover sales of 798 units were up 28 percent versus 623 sales in July 2010. For the year, Land Rover sales are 20,13 units, up 16 percent versus 2010.

Land Rover's 2011 Model Year line-up features four models: The 230-hp 3.2 liter I6 powered LR2; the LR4 powered by the 375-hp 5.0 liter V8; the Range Rover Sport and Range Rover, both available with the naturally-aspirated 375-hp V8 and 510-hp supercharged 5.0 liter V8 powertrains.

The new Range Rover Evoque luxury compact SUV goes on sale this fall. The 2012 Range Rover Evoque will have a starting price of $43,995* for the five-door, and $44,995* for the coupe and achieves 28 MPG** EPA highway and 19 MPG** EPA city.

Jaguar

Jaguar sales were down for the month of July, but are flat for the year with 7,394 units sold compared to 7,367 units year to date in 2010.

Jaguar's 2011 Model Year line-up features three models: The Jaguar XJ luxury sedan, powered by either the naturally-aspirated 385-hp V8, the 470-hp supercharged 5.0 liter V8 or the 510-hp supercharged 5.0 liter V8; the Jaguar XF sports sedan powered by either the naturally-aspirated 385-hp V8, the 470-hp supercharged 5.0 liter V8 or, in the XFR, the 510-hp supercharged 5.0 liter V8 powertrains; and the XK coupe and convertible sports cars powered by either the naturally-aspirated 385-hp V8, or for the XKR, the 510-hp supercharged 5.0 liter V8 powertrains. This fall, the Jaguar XKR-S coupe goes on sale, powered by a 550-hp supercharged 5.0 liter V8.