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Average CO2 emissions from new cars in Europe went up 2.4g/km to 120.5g/km in 2018 – the highest average of the last four years – as drivers switched from diesels to petrols.
The European new car market remained stable during 2018, with alternatively fuelled vehicles seeing their best-every year while diesel registrations hit a low.
Felipe Munoz, global analyst at JATO Dynamics, looks at the latest update for carmakers’ WLTP testing programmes in Europe.
More than a third (37%) of carmakers’ model ranges in Europe were not WLTP-homologated by mid-November, with the lack in progress resulting in the lowest October new car registrations since 2014.
Almost half of carmakers’ model ranges were not WLTP compliant at the start of October, according to Jato Dynamics, reflected by the Europe’s lowest September registrations in almost a decade.
The European new car market continued its strong performance in July as registrations reached their highest monthly volume since July 2009.
European car registrations saw slight growth in May as volumes actually hit their highest level in over a decade, according to latest data from Jato.
European new car registrations rose 9.0% to 1.34 million cars in April, marking the best performance for the month since 2008.
New car diesel demand in Europe continued to fall in February despite an overall rise in new car registrations.
European car registrations increased 7.1% in January but drivers continued to turn away from diesels.
Soaring demand in Europe, Asia-Pacific and Latin America helped the LCV and car market rise 2.4% in 2017.
EU car registrations rose 3.1% in 2017 as an uplift in demand for SUVs and petrol models helped drive the market.
This year has represented a turning point for electric vehicle adoption, with sales in key regions increasing significantly, Jato Dynamics says.
AFVs (alternative fuel vehicles) recorded a 5.5% share of the European new car market in October, following a 9.9% decline in diesel registrations.
New car registrations in the EU grew by 2.6% in July, with a strong performance in the B-SUV segment.
Car registrations in Eastern Europe climbed 14% in the first six months of the year, reaching 698,900 units, figures from JATO reveal.
European new car registrations returned to growth in May, driven by double-digit increases in many of the major markets.
Diesel registrations in Europe declined 15% in April, ensuring the fuel type has lost its dominance of the car market.
New car average CO2 emissions decreased by 1.2% in 2016 but marking the smallest annual percentage improvement for the last 10 years.
JATO Dynamics has signed an agreement with TecAlliance to use its service maintenance and repair (SMR) forecast data in its Whole Life Cost solution.
The European car industry continued to grow in January 2017 with new car registrations for the month totalling 1.2 million units, up 9.4% on January 2016.
The European automotive industry showed resilience over the first 11 months of 2016, posting growth despite the macro climate of economic and geopolitical uncertainty.
Growth in the European market stalled in October despite bringing the second highest registrations for the month since 2009.