A total of 215,000 units were registered in June 2022, down by 8% from the 233,000 units registered a year ago.
European new car registrations fell by 20% to just 821,000 units. The US market saw a similar drop of 18%, however in China, recent lockdowns resulted in a significant 48% decline for sales.
Last month, the popularity of low emissions vehicles continued to increase. The plug-in hybrid and pure electric cars (PHEV and BEV) outperformed diesels with 244,801 new registrations, compared to the 202,113 units for the latter.
March 24, 2022 European demand for BEVs soars by 77% in February
Volume increased by 77% compared with February 2021 to a total of 87,400 units. In contrast, the volume of plug-in hybrids (PHEV) increased by just 6% to 67,400 units.
February 23, 2022 SUVs secure highest ever monthly market share in Europe, but demand remains weak in January
The Dacia Sandero topped the general model rankings in January with 17,558 registered units, up by 10% when compared with 2021.
February 2, 2022 In 2021, Battery Electric Vehicles made up one in ten new cars registered in Europe
According to JATO Dynamics’ data for 28 European markets, a total of 1,205,387 pure electric passenger cars were registered in 2021. This is 63% more than the 739,329 units registered in 2020, and 3.4 times higher than the 2019 total.
January 24, 2022 VW’s Golf leads Europe in 2021, Peugeot’s 2008 is the best-selling SUV, and Tesla’s Model 3 tops the EV rankings
The Golf topped the market but posted the biggest market share declines across all models. Strong results for Tesla as the Model 3 secured 17th in the overall rankings.
December 20, 2021 Low emissions vehicles accounted for over a quarter of new registrations in Europe last month
Registered units of these vehicles hugely outweighed its diesel counterpart in November, with the volume for low emissions cars 41% higher than achieved for diesel.
November 28, 2021 Volkswagen loses poll position for the second time this century, as Stellantis outpeforms
According to JATO Dynamics’ data, last month was the second time, this century, that Volkswagen Group fell out of the leadership position for monthly registrations ranking by OEM.
October 25, 2021 EV revolution hits new milestone as Tesla Model 3 becomes Europe’s best-selling car in September
As a result of the EV boom, the Tesla Model 3 topped the European model rankings in September, with 24,600 registered units – a 2.6% market share. This is both first time that an EV has led the market and the first time that a vehicle manufactured outside of Europe has occupied the top spot.