Stellantis grows in the first half. Market share up 18.2%

Stellantis closes the first half of 2024 with a volume growth (personal cars and commercial vehicles) “in the EU29 perimeter” (EU27 plus UK and Cyprus), of 0.9% and a market share of 18.2%. This is based on preliminary market data based on internal sources and third-party public sources.

The brands Citroen, Dodge, Jeep e Lancia have achieved particularly positive results, increasing sales compared to last year. The Group is at the top in France, Italy and Portugal since the beginning of the year (YTD). In detail, in France, Stellantis holds a market share of over 30%, with four models in the Top Ten of best-selling vehicles (Peugeot 208, 308, 2008 and Citroen C3).

The best-selling models

In Italy, sales increased by 1%, with a market share of 33%. Five models in the Top Ten of June: Fiat Panda, Citroen C3, Lancia Ypsilon, Fiat 500 and Jeep Avengerthe best-selling SUV in Italy. In Germany, sales increased by just under 24 percent, with nearly all brands posting double-digit growth compared to last year, bringing their market share to 14 percent. Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Ireland and Slovenia also posted double-digit sales growth.


Commercial vehicles

Stellantis Pro One is the leader in the commercial vehicle market, with a share above 28.5% and a 4% increase in volumes compared to last year. In Germany, this growth was particularly strong, with a 4 percentage point increase in market share and a sales increase of over 44%. Stellantis also recorded growth in the Low Emission Vehicles (LEV) market. In particular, electric vehicles (BEVs) gained a 13.3% YTD share in the EU29 and, in France, where volumes grew by over 48%, the Peugeot E-208 was the best-selling EV in the half-year. In June, BEV sales rose by 19% in Italy, thanks to government incentives, and by 16% in the United Kingdom, with a market share up 1.1 points compared to last year.

The Stellantis Pre-Owned Vehicle unit has achieved substantial growth over the past six months, with G10 markets including France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain recording double-digit sales increases versus last year.

“We will sustain our growth by seizing opportunities and managing market disruptions,” said Uwe Hochgeschurtz, Stellantis Chief Operating Officer, Enlarged Europe. “Thanks to our strong market position, strategic partnerships and a strong product portfolio, we enter the second half of the year with strong momentum. We look forward to the coming months, driven by the fighting spirit of our team and exciting new products, as envisioned this year in our Dare Forward 2030 strategic plan, to continue growing in Europe.”

By Editor