One more month and a new stick for the national car market. During the past 30 days of June, registrations fell once again to 89,252 units in the passenger car market and to 10,446 units in the industrial sector. With a fall of 7.8% in passenger cars and 32.4% in industrial vehicles compared to the same period last year, the only positive data is found in the sale of alternative vehicles. In the month of June they grew by 5.5%, although the registrations of hybrids and plug-in hybrids were in negative numbers.
During the sixth month of the year, the lost registrations mainly affect professional vehicles and, to a lesser extent, passenger cars. The almost one hundred thousand registered units reduce CO2 emissions to an average of 121.7 grams per kilometer traveled, which represents 1.8% less than in the same period last year. As for electrified vehicles, demand remains high, although during June the trend eased slightly.
The favorite option for Spanish drivers continues to be gasoline with a 37.05% market share, followed by diesel with 28.06% of the market. Hybrids are in the wake with 24.56% of the total market. Electric vehicles already account for a share of 3.5% in the cycle from January to June, which represents an increase of 53.08% compared to the same period last year. It is the commercial segment that grows the most along with plug-in hybrids, which increased registrations by 25.44%.
By segments, conventional hybrids (HEV) they continue to be the most requested alternative within the electrified market. Despite the good figures, During the month of June, sales fell by 5.2% to reach 25,211 units. In the category, the most popular model was the Toyota CH-R with 2,598 units sold, followed by the FIAT 500 with 1,995 units and the Toyota Corolla with another 1,863 registrations.
If we jump into the market for plug-in hybrids (PHEV) sales decreased by 3.9% during June to reach 4,295 registered units, which represents a market share of 4.21%. The best-selling model in the category was once again the Peugeot 3008 with 249 units, followed by the Lynk & Co 01 with 229 registrations (first month on the list). The podium is closed by the Citroën C5 Aircross with a total of 220 units sold.
The only market segment that grew during the month of June was the 100% electric vehicles (BEV). With a increase in registrations of 19.7%, 3,554 units, represented 3.48% of market share, 3.5% in the accumulated value of the year. The category is dominated by Tesla, with the Tesla Model 3 being the most popular model with a total of 450 units sold, followed by the FIAT 500e with 301 vehicles and the Tesla Model Y with a total of 249 registrations.