MILAN — New-car gross sales in Italy fell 20 p.c in January to 107,814 as demand for full-electric autos dropped after authorities incentives ended, based on knowledge from the nation’s ministry of infrastructure and transport.
EVs noticed their share decline from 2021 peaks after “help-to-buy” incentives stopped in October and weren’t renewed. The share of full-electric automobiles was 3.4 p.c in January, up from 1.8 p.c in January 2021, however down from 7 p.c in December and 4.6 p.c for the complete 12 months.
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In accordance with business affiliation UNRAE, January 2022 had one further promoting day.
Amongst mass-market manufacturers that gained quantity, Dacia rose 43 p.c to a 5.4 p.c share, whereas Hyundai jumped 40 p.c, and Kia grew 8.4 p.c.