Audi is up to 2nd place in October.
New car sales in Luxembourg rally up 17.4% year-on-year in October to 3,465 units, leading to a year-to-date tally down -6.4% to 35,538. It’s worth remembering that October 2021 was down -25.8% on October 2020 which itself was down -18.6% on 2019… In short, October 2022 is down -29.2% on pre-pandemic udiAOctober 2019. Volkswagen (+90.4%) is almost back to its YTD level at 11.4% share for the month vs. 11.9% so far this year. Audi (+104.4%) delivers the largest gain in the Top 15 and climbs two spots on last month to #2 with 10.7% share. Mercedes (-16.9%) and BMW (-2.4%) each drop one rank as a result to #3 and #4 and both falter, as does Peugeot (-1.4%) rounding out the Top 5. Skoda (+97.6%) and Toyota (+50.6%) also post very dynamic results in the remainder of the Top 10. This means Audi, Volkswagen and Skoda all almost double their sales year-on-year in October. A great result for the VW Group. Below, Dacia (+222.7%) and Alfa Romeo (+182.4%) surge up while Cupra (+176.9%) is back below sister brand Seat (+2%). Polestar (+1166.7%) takes off at #22 with 1.1% share.
Full October 2022 Top 50 all brands ranking below.