While 80% of its range offers a hybrid or electric version and Citroën is fully committed to the total electrification of these models, the brand is reaping the benefits of this investment by positioning itself as the leader in sales of 100% electric vehicles for this first month of the year in Spain.
January therefore ended with positive news for the brand's electrification strategy, as Citroën led the segment in Spain with 376 100% electric vehicles sold and a market share of 9.8%. This represents a threefold increase in Citroën's sales of electric vehicles compared to January 2022.
The Citroën ë-C4 and ë-Berlingo are the driving forces behind the brand's success in January and both models are at the top of their respective segments. Citroën is also the leader in electric commercial vehicles, with a six-fold increase in sales and a market share of 26.9%.
Citroën's commercial results in January are those of a brand with a complete and competitive range. Overall, the brand closes the first month of the year with 4,542 units sold, an increase of 62% compared to January 2022 and a market share of 6.2%, half a point more than in January 2021. 2021.
On the commercial vehicle market, Citroën remains in second place with 1,344 registered units and a penetration of 14.2%, a very significant increase compared to 9.7% in January 2021.
The best-selling model of the brand in January, the Citroën C4, with 1,126 registrations in January, is the best-selling vehicle in its category in Spain, with 15.8% of its segment. It is also the leader on the private market. The Citroën C5 X, with 148 registrations, is the leading saloon in the D segment.