According to the association of the automotive industry E.V. (VDA) were in Germany in August 193.300 cars released. That’s 23 percent less than in the previous year’s month. In the first eight months, 1.8 million. Passenger cars. Thus, the previous year’s figure was exceeded by 2 percent. In comparison with the same period of 2019, however, a quarter of a few cars were released. The pre-crisis level on the German car market is still not in sight.
Electrical new registrations increased by 61 percent in August to 53.400 units. The proportion of E-cars to the entire new registrations thus amounted to 27.6 percent. This significantly exceeded the previous maximum from December of last year. The new registrations of purely electric cars (BEV) increased by 80 percent, which of plug-in hybrids (PHEV) by 43 percent.
Fallowing relaxation due to chipmangels
Production in Germany went back in August again, does it mean. In total, 133.600 cars manufactured (-32 percent). In the first eight months, domestic production amounted to 2.1 million. Car (+ 5 percent). The export also fell in August: 107.700 cars (-33 percent) deducted abroad. In the course of the year was 1.6 million. Car (+7 percent) delivered to customers from all over the world.”One reason for the halting recovery on the car market could be the chip deficiency according to the expert view,” says in a recent press release of the ADAC. Support bottlenecks for semiconductors were therefore also a loss of production in the previous month.
In the German car brands, according to ADAC, a view of the statistics of the Federal Corporation Office (KBA) is a consistently negative picture. Opel (+ 16.0%) brought significantly more cars to the customer in July than a year ago. For all other German brands, declines, with Mercedes (-37.6%) and Smart (-30.1%) showed the most..
Despite losses of minus 16.6 percent, with 21.1 percent market share, VW also remains the most demanded German car brand in July, significantly before BMW (8.6%) and Audi (7.4%).
Only Tesla (+ 140.9%) and Land Rover (+ 2.6%) reached in July admission increases. The numbers have fallen at Ssangyong (-63.8%), Subaru (-50.2%), Jeep and Renault (each -43.3% each). Also with Nissan (-43.0%), Honda (-42.0%) and Skoda (-41.0%). For this, the Czechs were again the rich-strongest import mark with a market share of 5.6 percent.
Also interesting: The average CO₂ emission of the newly authorized cars decreased by 15.1 percent, according to ADAC in July 2021 compared to the same month of the previous year, and was 122.7 g / km.
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“We did not see that, blame is the chip deficiency”
For a long time these two apologies for the decline of the burners can no longer be able to serve.
Maybe it’s rather other reasons – software and technological residue in the mass of production would be there spontaneous.
Unfortunately, exceptions such as EQS or a RIMAC are not enough to keep the German OEMS in the market where they have successfully experienced themselves in the past.
It’s a bit like the climate – either we really put the lever now and say goodbye to the “Technology Office” or we leave our children and grandchildren one Other reality !!!
Problems because of missing chips also have other industries.
The auto industry has already reached the chips plenty.
With the e-cars their number should be even higher and further increase in the future.
Small electric cars without much technical chips are certainly come out with a fraction.
If I think about it just over 40 years ago the Simca 1000 (the car of my father, with whom I’ve driven), largely mechanics, 40 hp, 4 doors and space for 4 adults.
If the electric cars (city cars) become smaller and clearer again, then it does not need a reversing cameras and no electronic parking aids. For Infotainment, Navi etc. Is the smartphone sufficient.
It does not surprise me that there is a purchase retention for cars (compared to 2019) Who wants to buy a car today, which will most likely have a dramatic loss of value in a few years, because there is an absolute oversupply to quasi unusual burners. Least affected by these considerations will be leasing car and company cars. They are usually driven only 3-4 years. But the private man who acquires a car for the next 10 years will probably come into pondering what he buys. And if necessary, you drive his car 2 years longer.