The European car market continued its recovery in June with a further increase in sales. With an increase of 18.7%, the European car market sold 1,265,678 units*, with the big winners being electric cars, which now account for 15.1% of the market, overtaking diesel cars for the first time.
In this context, sales of the
ALFA ROMEO, up 63.1% to 5,496 units for a market share of 0.4%.
CITROËN, down 6% to 35,334 units for a market share of 2.8%; and
DS up 3.6% to 5,301 units for a market share of 0.4%.
FIAT were down 11.9% to 35,034 units for a market share of 0.4%.
JEEP up 16% to 11,975 units for a market share of 0.9%.
LANCIA were up 16.9% to 4,351 units for a market share of 0.3%.
OPEL up 2.2% to 47,555 units for a market share of 3.8%.
PEUGEOT were down 6.4% to 64,485 units for a market share of 5.1%.
In total, Stellantis** sold 210,495 units, a decrease of 2.5% and a market share of 16.6%. The group is far behind the VW group, whose sales are up 26.8% to 325,612 units, which allows the German group to overtake Stellantis by 9.1 points of market share, whereas in 2022 this advantage was only 4.1 points, a gap that has therefore doubled in one year.
Citroën's sales are down, as expected when analysing the main markets, but the brand is ahead of Fiat and declines to the same extent as Peugeot, which loses 1.4 points of market share compared to June 2022.
* Figures include EU, EFTA and UK sales.
** Figures including Maserati, Ram and others are not detailed.