Stellantis soars in Q1 2024: Dominating the electric light commercial vehicle segment 

  • Stellantis starts 2024 strong with 20% rise in battery electric car sales.
  • Vauxhall Corsa and Peugeot 208 lead both ICE and BEV markets for small car sales.
  • Stellantis leads in electric van sales, with Peugeot as top-selling brand.

Stellantis marks notable strides into the electric commercial vehicle market in Q1 2024

Stellantis, the automotive giant, is making significant strides in the electric vehicle (EV) market in 2024. Notably, the company has witnessed a remarkable surge in battery electric car sales. It boasts a substantial 20% growth compared to previous figures. This surge is indicative of a growing consumer interest and confidence in EV technology.

Stellantis is building for the future with its electric vehicle offerings. The Vauxhall Corsa and Peugeot 208 have claimed the top two spots. They’ve done so in both traditional internal combustion engine (ICE) and battery electric vehicle (BEV) markets for small car sales. This underscores the growing appeal of EVs among consumers.

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Moreover, Stellantis’s ProOne light commercial vehicles (LCVs) are making waves in the battery electric LCV landscape. With the Peugeot eExpert leading the charge in BEV LCV sales and the Berlingo remaining a preferred choice among small van customers, Stellantis continues to solidify its position as a leader in the electric commercial vehicle segment.

In the UK, Stellantis stands out as a dominant force in the electric van market, capturing attention with its impressive market share of 44.82% year-to-date. Peugeot emerges as a frontrunner in this segment, clinching the title of the UK’s best-selling electric van brand, with the Peugeot E-EXPERT leading the pack.

Lee Titchner, Director of Stellantis ProOne UK, commented:

“As the UK’s best-selling van manufacturer, these latest sales figures underline the strength of our commercial vehicle offering. Stellantis also continues to lead the way in the electric van market, with all four brands offering an electric version across every model in their line-up. With our recently updated van range now open for orders, I look forward to continuing this positive start to 2024 and helping more British businesses realise the benefits of switching to electric.”

Stellantis is on a huge growth trajectory in the emobility sector. The automotive super-group has committed its resources to shaping the landscape of the future. It’s spearheading roll-outs at retail sites, upgrading it’s EV production facilities, and releasing new models and innovations constantly. Emobility is good business, and Stellantis are beginning to reap the rewards.

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