In January 2023, Fiat had a market share of 16.6% for automobiles powered solely by electric motors and batteries (Battery electric vehicle (BEV)), an increase of 1.6 percentage points from January 2022. With a market share of 16.3% in Italy in January, the Fiat 500e reclaimed its title as the best-selling fully electric car in the country. Peugeot continues to maintain its leadership in the B sedan class with the Peugeot e-208, where it holds over 50% of the market share, while the Peugeot e-2008 continues to be the leader in the compact SUV market area.
Stellantis maintains its position as the leader in the market for low-emission vehicles (100 percent electric and plug-in hybrids), holding a market share of 30 percent even in the first month of the year. With a market share of 13.9%, the Jeep brand is the undisputed leader in the sector. Jeep Compass 4xe is the vehicle that sells the most units in the LEV market, which refers to the market for low-emission cars that are hybrid plug-in, while Jeep Renegade 4xe is the vehicle that sells the most units in the B-SUV LEV sector.
With the plug-in hybrids, Citroen's growth is consistent with the C5 Aircross doubling its volumes compared to last year and the Citroen C5 X ranking second among the D-segment sedans. In just over a year of life, the new DS4 has come to occupy second place on the podium among the hybrid sedans in the C segment, with a share of 18%. This achievement comes as the new DS4 has been on the market.
Furthermore, Stellantis is the market leader in 100% commercial electric vehicles with a share of 44.7%, with the Fiat brand coming in the first place and the Opel brand coming in third place in the ranking of brands in this category in January. This was according to the ranking of brands that took place in January.
These findings reflect a further step ahead in the execution of Stellantis' Dare Forward 2030 plan, the goal of which is to become the unchallenged leader in electrification not only in Italy but also throughout the world.