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By MT Bureau| Apr 07, 2021

Tata Motors Reports 21 Per Cent Growth Of Sales In Q4 FY21

Tata Motors had a great number of sales in this quarter when we take into consideration the ongoing situation of a pandemic. The sales reports show an increase in total domestic and international sales figure of 191,720 units which is an 89 per cent increase from the 101,420 units sold in Q4 FY20.
 

Sales for the Q4 FY 2021

 

 

Domestic

 

 

Exports

 

 

Total

Category

Jan - Mar'21

Jan - Mar'20

Change (in per cent)

Jan - Mar'21

Jan - Mar'20

Change (in per cent)

Jan - Mar'21

Jan - Mar'20

Change (in per cent)

M&HCV

40,992

23,849

+71.8

3,667

3,231

+13.4

44,659

27,080

+64.9

LCV

57,975

38,407

+50.9

4,850

3,582

+35.3

62,825

41,989

+49.6

UTILITY

35,449

12,112

+192.6

194

281

-30.9

35,643

12,393

+187.6

CARS

48,408

19,888

+143.4

185

70

+164.2

48,593

19,958

+143.4

TOTAL

182,824

94,256

+93.9 per cent

8,896

7,164

+24.1 per cent

191,720

101,420

+89 per cent

 

  • The total domestic sales increased from 94,256 units to 182,824 units, which is an increase of 93.9 per cent and the international sales have risen from 7164 units to 8896 units which are an additional 24.1 per cent when compared to Q4 of the previous year.
  • The sales figures for medium and heavy commercial vehicles were reported to be 40,992 units up from 23,849 units in the fourth quarter of last year, this an increase of 71.8 per cent domestically. For the exports, the numbers were 3,231 units in the past and have increased to 3,667 units displaying a 13.4 per cent increase from Q4 of FY20.
  • The increase was consistent in the light commercial vehicles category and Tata Motors sold 57,975 units domestically which compared to the same quarter last year was 38,408 units, this calculates to an increase of 50.9 per cent. In exports, the manufacturer showed an increase of 35.3 per cent by selling 4,850 units in Q4 FY21. This number in last year’s fourth quarter was at 3,582 units.
  • The utility segment showed a sales figure of 194 units sold in exports which is a 30.9 per cent decrease as compared to 281 units sold in Q4 FY20. However, the domestic sales were up by 192.6 per cent as the manufacturer sold 35,449 units this quarter. The sales in Q4 FY20 were reported to be a total of 12,112 units.
  • The cars that were sold saw a rise in both domestic and export markets. The numbers were up by 143.4 per cent in the domestic market as the manufacturer sold 19,888 units in last year’s fourth quarter and 48,408 units were sold in this quarter.  In the export category, the sales were counted to be 70 units last year and this year sit went up to 185 units sold, a growth of 164.2 per cent. (MT) 

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