The Jaguar brand sold 6,450 units, up 4 per cent, while Land Rover sold 32,381 units, a growth of 23 per cent, the company said in a statement.
JLR's sales rose 53 per cent in China, while in North America it was up 19 per cent, the UK up 15 per cent, Asia Pacific up 11 per cent, and Europe up 8 per cent, it said.
"This has been another solid month for Jaguar Land Rover, with continued strong demand for models across the range in our international markets," JLR Group Sales Operations Director Andy Goss said.
The continued success of the F-Type convertible, coupled with the launch of Coupe, has supported Jaguar's sales momentum. For Land Rover, the Range Rover Sport and Evoque continue to deliver impressive sales performance, he added.