Luxembourg vehicles Market in the 2017 was almost positive fueled by still solid GDP growth, record high consumer confidence and five-year low unemployment. Volkswagen further gained market share while Audi outpaced Mercedes.
Germany Automotive Report 2010-2025 features historical data and insights plus professional forecast on new vehicles sales by type, manufacturer, brand and model providing an easy-to-use picture of current and future competitive landscape.
Porsche Global performance in the first nine months of the 2017 has been moderately positive following the remarkable growth shown in the previous 7 years. Sales were sustained by moderate growth in Latin America and Europe. The best-selling model is the Macan.
Volkswagen emissions scandal could cost over 80 billion euros and the global leadership. This report provides the VW Groups global sales updated at August 2015, when it was vis-a-vi with Toyota on top of the World.
Full Year European Automotive Industry projected up 1 percent while Volkswagen, Renault and Ford are the podium. In these report on the TOP 50 Car Brands in Europe, Nissan, Seat and Dacia shine, while the fastest growing brand was Maserati.
Mercedes shines in the October European Car Brand ranking consolidating an amazing sixth place with a double digit increase. Other great performances have ben scored by Nissan, Dacia, Mitsubishi and Mini.
Luxembourg Auto Market was in first half 2014 with Volkswagen market leader, ahead of Audi and Renault. Preliminary data on third quarter were really positive. See all statistics on Brands, Groups & Models.
European Best selling brands in September 2014 including the Top 20 Auto Groups was led by Volkswagen ahead of Ford and Renault. The fastest growing brand was the American Jeep. See All Brands & Groups statistics..
European Car Brands ranking in June 2014 reports the amazing performance of Renault, jumped at 9.1% of market share thanks to strong demand on all new models, with Volkswagen and Ford struggling under the French offensive.
Keeping the sharply negative momentum, the car market in Singapore had lost 15.6% in September 2013 compared with year ago, posting the 17th consecutive loss in a row. Volvo was the winner of the month surging in 5th place.
In the first four month of 2013 the car market in Singapore fell 32.7% and will not recover across the year. Mercedes rose in first position outpacing BMW in the most expensive World car market. Rolls Royce in the Top 25.