Whereas sustaining a value-oriented gross sales coverage, Renault worldwide gross sales for Q1 reached 354,545 items*, which represents a rise of 9% vs first quarter 2022
Whereas sustaining the value-oriented gross sales coverage, Renault worldwide gross sales attain as much as 354,545 items* (PC & LCV), which represents a rise of 9% vs Q1 2022.
In Europe, Renault reaches a market share of 6.2% (+0.2 pt vs Q1 2022) with 231,125 items (PC & LCV). As in 2022, the model exhibits vital progress within the high-value segments – the rising electrified** market, the C-segment, the retail market and the LCV enterprise.
Progress in electrified market
On electrified market, Renault maintains its main place with a 24% improve to succeed in 61,000 vehicles.
The electrified vary (BEV and Hybrid powertrains) now represents 38% of Renault passenger vehicles gross sales in Europe in Q1 2023, whereas the market common reaches 34%.
Full hybrid autos (HEVs) had a robust first quarter, with gross sales growing by 42% to 38,400 items. This know-how, which is extremely demanded by non-public clients, reaches a mixture of 60% on Arkana gross sales and 67% on New Austral.
Renault EV registrations in Europe elevated by 15% to succeed in 20,000 vehicles. Megane E-Tech Electrical, which is occurring sale in a full 12 months in 2023, reached greater than 11,000 gross sales within the first quarter. It’s the best-selling electrical automobile in its phase in France.
Progress in high-value enterprise
Within the C-segment in Europe, Renault gross sales are rising by 51% with greater than 62,000 registrations. Along with Megane E-Tech Electrical, the success of Renault Arkana continues, with already greater than 18,500 gross sales in Q1 2023. New Renault Austral launch is progressing efficiently with 15,500 gross sales in Q1 2023 and 22,400 items bought since its begin of gross sales final November 2022.
In a context the place provide stays beneath constraint, Renault achieves its retail goal and maintains it at an optimised degree, with multiple out of two autos bought to non-public clients. The retail combine reaches 54% in Q1 2023, which is +10 factors vs market common (44%).
Progress within the LCV market
Renault is the LCV chief of European Van market with a robust efficiency, up 32% with 68,486 gross sales, in a market that grew by 8%.
This dynamic efficiency was pushed by the success of our three flagship merchandise, Kangoo (+36%), Grasp (+20%) and Trafic (+43%), leaders of their segments.
A pioneer in electrified industrial autos for 12 years with Kangoo and Grasp, the model will proceed this momentum with the launch of Trafic Van E-Tech and the disclosing of a brand new EV van earlier than the top of the 12 months.
Renault accelerates its worthwhile progress due to our profitable launches within the high-value segments (Arkana, New Austral and Megane E-Tech Electrical). We anticipate to accelererate this dynamic with the New Espace launch.
Fabrice Cambolive, Chief Govt Officer, Renault model
Complete gross sales PC+LCV
* Perimeter = w/o Russia
* Perimeter = Renault+RKM and PC+LCV