Motor News

Passenger car registrations: -25.6% first quarter of 2020; -55.1% in March

In March 2020, the EU passenger car market recorded a dramatic drop (-55.1%) in registrations of new vehicles as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, the European Automobile Manufactures Association (ACEA in French) rapport. 

From January to March 2020, demand for new cars in the European Union1 declined by 25.6%, with the impact of the corona crisis on March figures weighing heavily on the total.

Find out more:  ACEA News

 

 

 In March 2020, the EU passenger car market recorded a dramatic drop (-55.1%) in registrations of new vehicles as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, the European Automobile Manufactures Association (ACEA in French) rapport.

In March 2020, the EU passenger car market recorded a dramatic drop (-55.1%) in registrations of new vehicles as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, the European Automobile Manufactures Association (ACEA in French) rapport.