In an annual comparison, the production of passenger cars in the Czech Republic increased by 28.5 percent to 464,444 in the first four months, the Czech Automobile Industry Association reported. In April, the annual increase in production was 20 percent.
Czech car factories produced 56,143 electric cars by the end of April, which represents 12 percent of production. The annual increase was 1.9 percent.
The Skoda factory, which belongs to the German Volkswagen concern, managed to make up for the backlog caused by the lack of chips and the demand for new cars is increasing, which is good news for the Czech car industry and the economy.
However, the lack of chips has not yet completely disappeared
– noted Zdenek Petzl, executive director of the automotive industry association.
The selection of these brands has increased
- Skoda produced 296,851 passenger cars by the end of April, 40 percent more than in the same period last year. The number of electrically powered cars is 31,411, 10.6 percent of production.
- South Korean Hyundai increased its production by 10.3 percent to 114,650, of which 21.6 percent were electric vehicles.
- Japan’s Toyota increased its production by 14.9 percent and produced 52,943 new cars. 53 percent of the new cars had a hybrid drive.
The production of new buses and motorcycles decreased in January-April.
Source: Napi.hu by www.napi.hu.
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