World Largest Car Markets in 2020 reports a global fall of 13.5% due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, with the leader China falling only 5.2%. South Korea is the only brand on the leaderboard to report an increase in sales, while Brazil reports the sharpest drop and falls 26.5%.
In 2020 almost 80 million vehicles have been sold in the world, falling 13.5% compared to the 92 million sales reported the previous year because of the worldwide COVID-19 Pandemic affecting every market.
China remains the leading global market, with 24.7 million sales, and reports one of the best performances in the leaderboard by falling only 5.2% compared to the sales reported the previous year. This huge market accounts for a growing 31.1% of all sales at a global level.
The USA are in the second position, with 14.7 million sales registered they report a fall of 14% and hold 18.5% share of the world’s sales.
In third position we have Japan with 4.6 million units sold and falling 11.9% (5.8% market share), followed by India which registered 3.7 million units sold (-17.9%).
In 5th place we have Germany, with sales at 3.3 million units and fell 17.5%, followed by France with 2.1 million units sold (+23.2%).
UK -up 1 spot- registered almost 2 million new sales and fell 25.5%, followed by Brazil which fell 1 spot with almost 2 million sales as well and reported the worst performance on the leaderboard by dropping 26.5%.
At the edge of the top 10 rankings, we find the only market to report growth, South Korea -up 2 spots-, with sales at 1.9 million (+5.8%) and finally Canada, down 14.1% with 1.7 million units sold.
Tables with sales figures
In the tables below we report sales for the top 50 markets.