Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) lost £9m ($12m) in the last three months of 2021 due to the global computer chip shortage.
The UK carmaker saw its retail sales fall 37.6% compared to a year earlier, as it sold 80,126 vehicles in the quarter to the end of December.
Despite that fall in production, the company saw revenue of £4.7bn, up 22% from the previous quarter.
Manufacturers around the world have been hit hard as they struggle to secure supplies of semiconductors.
“Whilst semiconductor supplies have continued to constrain sales this quarter, we continue to see very strong demand for our products underlining the desirability of our vehicles,” JLR’s chief executive Thierry Bolloré said in a statement.
However, the company also warned that it expects the chip shortage to continue throughout this year but expects supplies to gradually improve.
That helped push JLR’s Indian parent company Tata Motors to a 15.16bn rupees (£150m; $203.2m) loss for the period.
JLR also said that its order book has hit a new record high of around 155,000 vehicles, due to strong demand for the new Range Rover.