The automobile consumption of all countries in the world has obvious regional characteristics. For example, the United States is wide and spacious, and the old Americans are particularly fond of large pickup trucks with large displacement. China's new energy car outbreak, Chinese people buy BYD; In Germany, as the hometown of Volkswagen, the top three automobile sales are all dominated by Volkswagen.
Recently, the United States has released an analysis of the auto industry, revealing the world's car consumption.The U.S. analysis also puts the Chinese market in first place because China's auto consumption was nearly double that of the United States last year.
Specifically, China sold 26.86 million cars in 2022, exceeding the sales volume in 2019. The analysis points out that most of the growth of China's auto consumption market in 2022 is driven by electric vehicles, in which policy incentives play an important role.
In terms of vehicle type,Byd Song became the sales king of China's auto consumer market in 2022 with 459,424 units sold, followed by Nissan Syly and Hiromitsu MINI EV third.
The situation worsened in the US, where sales totaled 13.83 million vehicles in 2022, down 8% from 2021 and the lowest level since 2012.
The model section,Ford's F-Series pickup line topped the list with 653,957 units a year,A close second is Chevrolet's SILVERADO with 523,249 annual sales in 2022, followed by Ram pickup trucks with 468,344.
In Europe, the top four single markets (Germany, the UK, France, Italy and Spain) account for 75% of the total European market by volume. 2022 Sales 9.05 million vehicles were sold in major European markets, down 6 percent from 2021.
In Germany, the Volkswagen Group (and the Volkswagen brand) took the top three places on the podium with three models. In third place is Volkswagen T-ROC with 58,942 units sold in 2022. In second place is Volkswagen TIGUAN with 59,136 units sold in 2022.Volkswagen GOLF topped the German market with 84,282 units sold in 2022.
It is also worth noting the position of the Indian car market, which reached a record 4.37 million units, making it the third largest car market in the world, ahead of Japan. It is the first time India has outsold Japan.