I ntotal of 1,166,482 new cars found their way onto Europe's roads in April. Cumulative new car registrations over the first four months of the year are 4,695,058 vehicles, which corresponds to an increase of 8.2% compared to the same period of the previous year.
Italy reports strong growth
The sustained upswing will continue to be carried by the stronger sales in the volume markets. Italy recorded 148,807 new registrations, an increase of a full 24.2%. Germany has 291,395 new registrations and an increase of 6.3%. Great Britain has 185,778 new registrations and + 5.1%, France 170,765 new registrations and + 2.3%. Spain reports 82,715 new registrations and + 3.2%.ads.Posterad /irelements /esielement /eyJwYWdlIjoiL3N0YXJ0c2VpdGUvIiwiZWxlbWVudCI6ImFkcy5Qb3N0ZXJhZCIsInBhW309scyWI6ehtml - also remains in the market leader in VWCH - also - also in the market - according to VWCHW309siaWzjZCIsInBhW309sCYWI6e -! Europe. As a group, the Wolfsburg-based company has a market share of 26.1%. The VW brand is at 12.7%. Second behind VW is Renault with 7.4%, just ahead of Ford with 7.2%. Opel has a market share of 6.5%, leaving Peugeot (6.2%) just behind. In the competition between the premium suppliers, Audi is clearly ahead of BMW (5.0%) and Mercedes (4.9%) with 5.8%.
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