A positive 2016 for Geely. The Chinese carmaker has indeed seen its global sales up 49% compared to the previous annual budget to 765,851 vehicles thanks to the boom in December (+ 101% to 108.230 units).
Geely aims now to exceed one million units sold in 2017.
Rolls-Royce has closed 2016 with the second best global sales budget in its 113 years of glorious history.
Global sales grew in fact by 6% compared to 2015 for a total of 4,011 cars for more than 50 international markets.
The American continent remains the main market, but the British carmaker has grown in all major global regions, except the...
On the very eve of the 2017 edition of the Naias in Detroit, Volkswagen has announced that a new SUV will be the second model to be equipped with an electric engine.
The car, built on the Group's MEB modular platform, will have its world premiere as a concept at the upcoming Shanghai Motor Show next April, and the production version will debut...
In 2016 Kia reached the prestigious milestone of 3 million units sold globally.
Sales increased by 3.2% compared with the previous year and reached, to be precise, 3,007,976 units.
Encouraging trends in Western Europe, China, North America and Korea. In December sales down 3.3%.
Volvo has reported a third consecutive year of record sales in 2016 and it hopes to confirm this positive trend also in 2017.
The Swedish carmaker recorded a 6.2% increase on 2015 to 534,332 vehicles despite the fall of 2.1% in December to 60,804 cars.
Double-digit increases in China and USA, a decrease only in the domestic market.
Another record year for Infiniti global sales.
The brand has in fact closed 2016 with a 7% increase compared to 2015 to over 230,000 vehicles, of which 27,200 in December.
Positive trend in America and in China.
McLaren came close to double its global sales in 2016.
The British carmaker has in fact gained 99.3% to 3,286 cars and over the year it has also celebrated the production of its 10millionth unit. North America is the main market.