Jaguar Land Rover is celebrating after receiving over 80 international awards in 2010.

The spoils were shared between both brands but the Land Rover Discovery 4 single-handedly claimed 28 awards.

Land Rover’s Global Brand Director, John Edwards said: “The Discovery 4 offers an exceptional breadth of capability. It is now one of the most highly-decorated vehicles ever and we are thrilled that it continues to receive such great recognition across the industry."

The Range Rover was also voted Car of the Decade by Autocar.co.uk readers.

2010 has provided Land Rover with a 29.13 per cent year-to-date sales increase on 2009, according to the Society for Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) and the Tata-owned manufacturer is looking to extend its success into 2011 by running a number of deals that cancel out the 2.5 per cent VAT rise in January.

Jaguar also experienced success in 2010, with the all-new XJ saloon scooping more than 20 awards across the globe – including the Luxury Car of the Year award from Top Gear.

Special acclaim however was reserved for the C-X75 concept that was unveiled at the Paris Motor Show and was named car of the show.

The electric-gas powered concept is capable of supercar performance, but with estimated CO2 emissions of just 29g/km.

Adrian Hallmark, Global Brand Director at Jaguar said: "Jaguar embarked on reinvigorating the brand in 2006 and we are delighted that our three all-new Jaguars have been so well received across the world in that time."

Collectively Jaguar Land Rover has seen its sales rise by 20.7 per cent as of November with a second quarter profit of £238 million after tax.

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