2016 Q1 Newsletter
…to the first JATO Newsletter for 2016, including updates on new initiatives at JATO, as we continue to improve our solutions and services for you our customers.
2016 has already seen some exciting developments at JATO. The launch of our new JATO Blog means we can now share regular market trends and insight with visitors to jato.com. Further enhancements to JATO Carspecs 5 also give you access to new and improved features. And our new JATO V4 Data Update tool will be available by the end of March and begins our journey towards JATO V5, our new solution for analysts. Look out for more information on this exciting development in future issues.
During 2016 we have plans to deliver even more enhancements to the JATO solutions portfolio and we look forward to sharing these with you as the year progresses.
Don’t forget, you can also follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter for regular news and insights.
Enjoy this issue!
ANDY ROTHERY, CEO
Peugeot leads the Volume Brands in Europe as average new car CO2 Emissions continue to fall
Average CO2 emissions for new cars continued to fall across Europe during 2015. The following analysis, which covers 23 European markets, highlights an outstanding performance from Norway, which overtook the Netherlands to record the lowest average emissions across Europe. Continue reading to see a full overview of 2015 over 2014…
Exciting News – Launch of the new JATO Blog!
We are delighted to announce the launch of the new JATO Blog. The JATO Blog means you can stay up-to-date with the latest market insight, market reports, white papers and much more, as we share our thoughts and opinions on the industry.
Announcement: New JATO Dataset Launch – JATO Source Volumes in Algeria
As part of JATO’s on-going investment and expansion of existing market datasets, we are pleased to confirm the launch of Algeria Source Volumes. This complements the existing JATO Specifications and JATO News data (Launched March 2014) already provided to you (our customers) and is the next stage in us working towards a full solution for this market.
Focus on Italy: Hybrid Vehicles
Hybrid vehicles accounted for 1.64% of the Italian new car market in 2015. We take a look at the success of this particular market, its economic and social circumstances and how the increase of these cars has influenced Italian buyers. Continue reading for further insights…
Focus on France: Electric, Hybrid & Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles
Last year electric and hybrid vehicles continued to gain market share in Europe. Electric Hybrids and Plug-in Hybrids represented 0.34% of the total car market in France in 2015, a growth of 21% and totaling 65,000 units. Continue reading to find out how the industry is evolving…
SUV takes over as the Best-Selling Segment in Europe for the first time
European new car registrations went up by 9.3% in 2015, driven by an SUV boom that contributed significantly to the total growth. For the first time in the history of European car sales, SUVs led the way. See how this impacted the markets by clicking below…
A Day in the Life of Thomas Glassenhart
‘A Day in the Life of’ has been one of the top 3 most read articles in previous editions so we are again focusing on a JATO employee to give you an insight into the people behind the data at JATO. In this issue we speak to Customer Services Manager for Europe, Thomas Glassenhart.
We asked a series of questions on his role and work to give you an insight into his time at JATO so far, click here to find out more…
JATO’s Annual Charity Donation to UNICEF
As you may be aware, each year JATO makes a charitable donation to UNICEF based on the number of queries directly logged by you (our clients) and subsequently amended in our database. See how much JATO raised in 2015…
European New Car Registrations Grew by 9.3% in 2015, with Sales Exceeding 14 million units
In 2015 the European car market totalled 14.2 million new registrations, an increase of 9.3% over 2014 full year results and the highest total since 2009. The market benefited from double-digit growth in the last two months of the year, with December setting the highest positive monthly change of the last three years. Continue reading for further insight…