Last month, the supplier inked an agreement to supply front and rear axles for the Jaguar Land Rover vehicles.
"The estimated value for these programs total more than £300 million ($408 million)," CEO Jim Kamsickas said on the call.
The company was also selected to be an exclusive driveline supplier for the Hino Class 7 and 8 commercial vehicles, Kamsickas said. Production of the truck is slated for 2019.
Dana expects full-year revenue $7.75 billion to $8.05 billion.
"Last month we raised our full-year guidance on the strength of our end markets and currency tailwinds. Our success this quarter is a result of those factors, as well as the conversion of our new business backlog," Collins said in a statement. "With the launch of the Jeep Wrangler program behind us and continued execution of our synergy plan related to recent acquisitions, we are confident in our outlook for 2018 and continued growth in 2019."
Headquartered near Toledo in Maumee, Ohio, Dana ranked No. 44 on Automotive News' list of the top 100 global automotive parts suppliers, with $5.8 billion in sales to automakers in 2016.