JATO’s data for 27 markets shows good news after several months of decline in registrations. July saw the highest monthly volume figures so far this year – this also being the highest since September last year
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Latest JATO Press Releases
August 5, 2020 Beyond regulation: staying ahead of the pack
The Beyond Regulation: Staying ahead of the pack report, comes in light of growing global climate concerns and a post-Covid-19 world, contemplating the new and unfamiliar landscape that will likely see different consumer habits and priorities.
While petrol and diesel registrations fell by 32% and 31% respectively, compared to June 2019, the volume of new EVs registered rose from 111,300 units in June 2019 to 183,300 units last month.
June 30, 2020 Renault Clio becomes the best-selling car in Europe, outselling the Volkswagen Golf in May
New car registrations fell by 57% in May down to 622,067 units across 27 markets – taking the cumulative results for 2020 to 3.95 million units, down by 43% year on year.
As expected, new car registrations in Europe faced a steady decline in April. Despite the all-encompassing lockdown that took hold in Q1 and the negative economic indicators, electrified vehicles continued to gain traction.
April 29, 2020 Global vehicle sales fall by 39% in March, while industry looks for the path to recovery
This represents the largest year-on-year monthly decrease since 1980, when JATO Dynamics started to collect data – even surpassing the global financial crisis in November 2008, which saw a 25% decline in sales.