In the last quarter of 2019, EU demand for diesel cars further decreased, dropping to 29.5% of new-car registrations. From October to December 2019, the number of diesel cars registered across the European Union fell by 3.7% to 1 million units, data from the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA in French).
Petrol cars accounted for 57.3% of the EU market, while electrically-chargeable vehicles (ECV) made up 4.4% of total new car sales across the region from October to December last year. All alternatively-powered vehicles (APV) combined held a market share of 13.2%.
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