Stellantis: the production of the Italian plants down for the fourth year in a row

Car production in the Italian factories of the Stellantis Group is still in decline. The data relating to 2021, released by Fim-Cisl, in fact confirm a further decline in production levels. During the year that ended a few days ago, they were produced 673,574 units, between cars and light commercial vehicles, in the Italian plants of Stellantis. The comparison with the 2020 data ends with a drop of -6.1% as regards the overall production volumes.

It should be noted that, considering only cars, there is a more marked decline (-11%) while the production of vans is growing slightly (+ 3.1%). The results recorded by the Stellantis plants in Italy are also negative compared to 2019 (-17.7% in total and -22.3% considering cars alone).

For the Stellantis plants (a group born from the merger between FCA and PSA) the one registered in 2021 is the fourth consecutive decline in production. Compared to 2017in addition, vehicle production records a drop of -35% with cars that are down by -45%. In four years, car production in Italy has decreased by over 300,000 units per year.

Returning to the 2021 data, however, we point out that only three Stellantis plants are growing. The production a Mirafiori, factory where the Fiat 500 Electric, is growing by +110% reaching 77 thousand units per year. The Sevel of Atessa, commercial vehicle production plant, which has a total of 265 thousand units produced with an improvement in +3.1%. Positive data also comes from the sprocessing of Maserati of Modena, production site of MC20. The Trident sports car increased from 160 units produced in 2020 to 860 units in 2021.


Source: Tom's Hardware by www.tomshw.it.

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