The Cupra Formentor is up to 6th place in Austria in November.
The Austrian new car market drops -12.6% year-on-year in November to 17,519 registrations, sending the year-to-date tally down -1.2% to 222,155 units. Skoda (+23.1%) goes against the negative market with a significant gain taking it to 12% share, its highest since April 2020 (13.4%). Volkswagen (-45%) implodes and is knocked down to #2, ahead of BMW (-16.9%) also losing share. Confirming its strength across Europe, Hyundai (+39.4%) signs the largest gain in the Top 10. Mercedes (+0.8%) and Fiat (-7%) also resist whereas Seat (-14.1%), Renault (-21.8%), Audi (-27.7%) and Ford (-29.4%) skid down. Below, Cupra (+720.8%), MG (+305.6%), Tesla (+130.5%), Toyota (+40.4%), Suzuki (+38.7%) and Porsche (+11.8%) stand out.
Model-wise, the Skoda Octavia (+70.3%) soars to a first monthly win since last February after falling to #20 in September. The Fiat 500 lineup (+4.3%) is knocked down to #2 but remains in the year-to-date lead. The Tesla Model Y rallies back up to a record third place this month, distancing the BMW X3 (+47.3%) and Seat Leon (-6.7%). The Cupra Formentor (+481.3%) breaks into the Austrian Top 20 for the first time, landing directly at #6 with 1.6% share, while the Hyundai i30 is up 12 spots on October to #7. The VW Bus (+7.9%) also manages a year-on-year gain in the remainder of the Top 10 just as the Dacia Sandero (-6.6%) limits its fall and the BMW X1 (-40.6%) implodes. Notice also the Hyundai Tucson (+74.8%), the Dacia Duster (+11.4%) at #13, the Audi Q4 at #14, the Seat Arona (+58.2%), Skoda Superb (+41.2%) and Renault Zoe (+59.7%). The VW Golf is outside the Top 20 for the 2nd month in a row.
Full November 2021 Top 45 All-brands and Top 20 models below.