It seems [they] have sold the car too. OR: And it seems they have sold the car. OR: It seems they have even sold the car. OR: It looks like they have sold their car.
In isolation, the sentence is ambiguous and, like English too, taam could have scope over 'car' as well as over the whole clause. But since 'sell' is not in the discourse context, sentence coordination is the correct contextual reading here.