N The plus in the overall view after 11 months is even bigger. In total, the European manufacturers' association ACEA reports 1,600,383 newly registered cars in the EU, which corresponds to an increase of 5.4%. However, the further growth will be carried by the increasing number of new registrations, especially in the smaller markets.
Germany, the largest European market, reports 250,082 new car registrations for November, which is 1.8% below the previous year. The French market also suffered a 2.7% slump with 135,067 new registrations.
Spanish market is growing rapidly
The European market leader in November remains clearly the VW Group, which is also the strongest single brand with Volkswagen represents. The group has a market share of 26.5%, the brand a market share of 13.4%. The Wolfsburg-based company is first followed by Renault with a market share of 6.8%, Ford follows with a market share of 6.7%, followed by Opel with a market share of 6.6% and Peugeot with a market share of 5.9%.
Among the premium suppliers, Audi (5.7 5) was ahead of BMW (5.5%) and Mercedes (5.3%) in November. Skoda is at 4.5% in November, followed by Fiat and Citroën (both 4.4%) and Toyota (4.2%). Nissan stands at 3.7%, Hyundai at 3.3% and Kia at 2.8%. Seat manages it to 2.5%.