Because of the well-planned and scientific arrangements for the prevention and control of the epidemic,
China’s current domestic impact of the epidemic has been minimal, including automobile retail, manufacturing and other industries, which have returned to the average level of previous years.
Compared with other countries and regions in the world, in the first quarter of this year, China’s automobile production and sales situation is the most optimistic.
In the first quarter of automobile sales,
according to Gasgoo’s report, automobile sales in 6 of the 13 countries in the statistics still fell year-on-year. But China is the most outstanding existence.
According to the production and sales data released by the China Automobile Association, in March 2021, China’s automobile production and sales grew rapidly month-on-month and year-on-year, reaching 2.462 million vehicles and 2.526 million vehicles, respectively, representing an increase of 63.9% and 73.6% from the previous month, and an increase of 71.6% and 74.9 year-on-year. %. In the first quarter of this year, the production and sales of automobiles were 6.352 million and 6.484 million, respectively, an increase of 81.7% and 75.6% year-on-year.
Although several major US automakers are reluctant to release sales figures,
industry experts predict that US light vehicle deliveries will increase by as much as 50% in March. JD Power said that the US auto industry’s sales in March reached the highest level since 2000 in the same period.
The Japanese market has maintained its positive momentum in the previous few months.
Japanese car sales reached 1,429,743 in the first quarter of this year, an increase of 4.2% over the same period last year, almost the same level as before the outbreak.
In India, for the automotive industry,
pent-up demand has been completely marketed. Compared with March 2020, sales have risen by 115.2% year-on-year. According to the latest data from the Association of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), the Indian passenger car market sales increased to 290,939 from 135,196 in the same period last year.
Germany fell by 6%
In the auto industry powerhouse, in the first quarter of this year, the number of new car registrations in Germany fell by 6% year-on-year to 656,452. Industry experts said: In many regions, car dealers have to maintain operations without any pre-orders, which makes the situation more and more difficult.
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