The demand for sport utility autos (SUVs) in Türkiye has
gained tempo within the first 11 months of this 12 months, in line with
trade knowledge, in a pattern that comes because the nation’s first
domestically produced electrical automotive model is ready to hit the roads,
Development studies citing
Some 208,693 items of SUVs have been offered from January by means of
November this 12 months, in line with the Automotive Distributers and
Mobility Affiliation (ODMD) knowledge, up 15.4% versus the identical interval
Client preferences boosted the share of SUVs in total automotive
gross sales to 41.3%, up from 35% a 12 months in the past, in line with the information that
confirmed sedans’ share dropping to 37.2%, down from 39.4%.
Some 188,244 sedan cars had been offered within the first 11 months.
Hatchbacks sit third with a 19.7% share, down from 23.7% in 2021,
and 99,815 gross sales, the information confirmed.
General gross sales of passenger automobiles and lightweight industrial autos in
Türkiye slipped 1% year-over-year within the January-November interval to
688,063 items, the ODMD stated, pushed by hovering costs and as
issues from logistics bottlenecks to an ongoing chip scarcity
Passenger automotive gross sales had been down 2.4% from a 12 months in the past to 505,886
autos, whereas mild industrial autos noticed a drop of three.4% to
162,177 in line with the ODD.
But gross sales in November jumped 36.7% year-over-year to 82,311
items, up from 60,216 a 12 months in the past. Gross sales of each passenger automobiles and
mild industrial autos had been up 37.8% and 34%, respectively.
The share of SUVs is predicted to achieve even additional tempo as soon as
Türkiye’s first domestically produced electrical car model hits
the roads within the first months of 2023.
Togg started mass manufacturing in late October and gross sales of its
first mannequin, the C-segment SUV, are set to start on the finish of the
first quarter of subsequent 12 months.
It is going to be the primary electrical sport utility car produced in
continental Europe by a nontraditional producer.