Arval Mobility Observatory reveals its global Fleet Barometer 2020
Growing interest for electric vehicles and alternative motility solutions: Arval Mobility Observatory reveals its global Fleet Barometer 2020
The Arval Mobility Observatory is Arval’s research and intelligence platform and has become an industry reference in objectively recording and forecasting mobility trends. Today it reveals the insights of its latest study, the 16th Edition of its annual barometer, run between January and mid-March 2020.
This year 5,600 fleet managers were interviewed across 20 countries.
How do European governments intend to support the demand of passenger cars?
In light of the various COVID-19 imposed lockdowns across Europe, all of the manufacturing plants and most of the dealer sites were closed.
Some OEM’s developed or enhanced their respective online purchase processes (such as PSA or Volvo).
Despite these initiatives there was still a significant reduction in new passenger cars registrations.
In the 5 major markets in Western Europe, the automotive industry is a strategic, industrial sector of their respective economies. That is why their governments have decided to support large stimulus plan in order to boost production and sales of vehicles with a strong focus on electric vehicles.
As we are at the beginning of the year, the timing is perfect to think about the potential impact from changes to statutory taxation and the associated mechanisms. Whilst not exhaustive, hereunder you will find some information regarding important changes in Italy, Netherlands, Austria and France.
Corporate mobility is evolving rapidly and new solutions are developing fast. This is why the Corporate Vehicle Observatory becomes the Arval Mobility Observatory, providing independent, authoritative research to understand and anticipate changes affecting the world of mobility