JLR's sales were up 44 per cent in the China region, 12 per cent in North America, 16 per cent in Asia Pacific and 1 per cent in Europe, it said in a statement.
"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.
Together with January sales, this has been a positive start to 2014, he added.
During the first two months of the year, JLR sold 69,593 vehicles - an increase of 13 per cent.
In February, the company sold 5,300 Jaguar vehicles, up 15 per cent, while Land Rover sales rose 13 per cent to 25,187 units.