This BEV boom is helping many brands offset declines registered in the traditional combustion engine market, where the impact of the pandemic can still be seen.
Last year also saw an increase in the number of incentives and campaign release.
January 27, 2021 EV registrations in Europe more than doubled in 2020
The Tesla Model 3 lost the crown to the Renault Zoe, which registered 99,300 units against 85,700 for the American sedan.
December 4, 2020 JATO Dynamic’s analysis of EU CO2 emissions in 2020
According to our data, the results for January-October 2020 revealed that PSA recorded the lowest sales weighted CO2 emissions across all benchmarks.
November 13, 2020 Chinese car consumption keeps upgrading, along with the growth of luxury car market
Auto China 2020 was the first major trade show for the automobile industry since the pandemic began – below is a summary of the headline numbers from this event.
October 13, 2020 The race for EV leadership: Lessons learned from China
As the global EV market changes following subsidy reduction in China, this report also examines the global ambitions of Chinese OEMs and their potential impact on global markets as they seek to establish a strong presence outside of Asia.
September 22, 2020 CO2 emissions rules are getting tougher. And not only in Europe
In an attempt to modernize its industry, India is looking to reduce CO2 emissions produced by cars. How will they do it? And how JATO can help?
August 24, 2020 Shortening product lifecycles are forcing OEMs to increase incentive spends to achieve targeted lifecycle volumes
Recent shortening of platforms and powertrain lifecycles and introduction of higher technologies-driven in part by rapidly increasing regulatory burden and adaption trends for new emerging features makes it difficult for OEMs to recover their investments in product and manufacturing.
August 20, 2020 Rise in SUVs hold OEMs back from meeting CO2 targets
The challenge becomes how to maintain profitability generated by SUVs while meeting EU targets and avoid penalties.
August 6, 2020 The complexity surrounding incentives: the Indian case
The automotive industry has long had a reputation for serious cost management. From planning supply chains to engineering and development, each rupee spent is under the microscope. Despite this intense scrutiny, the industry at present appears to have a blind spot when it comes to the growing appetite for incentives and discounts. The use of […]