Shares in Tata Motors rose 3 percent after the auto maker’s global vehicle sales, including for luxury unit Jaguar Land Rover, rose 21 percent in July from a year ago.
Global sales were in-line with analyst estimates: Land Rover volumes grew by 55 percent from a year, thanks to strong volumes for its Evoque model, though Jaguar is failing to revive sales, a domestic analyst says.
Analyst are more optimistic of a boost in sales for Land Rover due to improved supplies of its Evoque and Freelander models after the company recently announced increased production shifts at its UK plant.
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