28 March 2011

Vehicle Production France: 2010


French total vehicle production was consistently around the 3.6 million mark in the early to mid 21st century, including 3.2m cars. It then slid to 2 million by 2009 (1.8m cars). There was an 8.6% rebound in 2010, but still only 2.2 million (1.9m cars). Not surprisingly, it is a few French marques that contribute the bulk of those figures, as you can see below.

Car Production 2010 France:
Peugeot 720,000 +10%
Renault 475,000 +11%
Citroen 470,000 +16%
Toyota 160,000 -22%
smart 85,000 -24%
Total 1,910,000 +5%

Utility Production 2010 France:
Renault 190,000 +34%
Citroen 43,000 +30%
Peugeot 37,000 +46%
Fiat 20,000 +9%
Other 10,000 +50%
Total 300,000 +34%

Summary: France is not the force in car production it was, but it is still an important industry for the country.

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