Both Jaguar and Land Rover brands have beaten records by selling more than 62,000 vehicles in the first half of 2016.
The company sold 16,603 Jaguars in the first six months of the year, up 68 per cent on 2015, while Land Rover sold 45,711 vehicles, up ten per cent.
JL's UK managing director Jeremy Hicks said: "This is a fantastic result and sends out a signal of intent in the current uncertain climate.
"It has been a fantastic performance so far in 2016, with both brands contributing to our success."
Jaguar has also enjoyed its best UK June sales for more than a decade, retailing 2,928 vehicles, up 34 per cent year on year, spearheaded by the Jaguar XE which sold 1,023 units during last month.
Land Rover retailed 5,805 vehicles in the UK in June, with the Range Rover Sport selling 975 vehicles, a climb of 62 per cent year on year.
The Range Rover Evoque, which celebrates its fifth year of production this week, continues to perform well, selling 1,756, while the Discovery Sport sold 1,597 and Discovery 927 in June.