German cars market managed to contain losses in April, as the national COVID-19 curfew ended on April 20, when showrooms started reopening. Indeed, sales were 120.285 in April (-61.%), leading Year to Date figures to 819.670 (-31%). This is the lowest monthly volume in Germany in 38 years.
German cars market has further improved in 2019, for the first time over the milestone of 3.5 million cars sold in a single year. Indeed, Total sales have been 3.596.973, up 5.1%. While Volkswagen has reported the lowest market share in 50 years, Skoda & Seat are hit their all-time record.
German Cars Market fell marginally - down 0.2% - in 2018 influenced by WLTP regulation, ending the year at 3.433.843 units, again the 4th globally. New brands are emerging with Seat up in 9th place (+12%), Dacia up 17%, Mitsubishi up 17% and Jeep up 28%.
Germany Vehicles Sales in 2017 at the highest level in this decade near 3.5 million. Volkswagen and Audi has lost terrain while Dacia, Suzuki and Peugeot have been the stars of the year. Even Alfa Romeo scored positively (after years of falls) in 30th place.
German Vehicle Market 2015 at 3.25 million units, up one spot in the global ranking. December reported up 8% fueled by strong demand on BMW, Ford, Renault and Hyundai. The Golf ended as leader for the 40th year in a series.