In a global market of 152,762 vehicles over 3.5 t registered in 2021, an increase of 7.8% compared to 2020, Iveco France invoiced 21,454 in 2021. This number, up 27% compared to the previous year, gave it second place in market share at 14.1%, up 1.2% compared to 2020, and earned it many orders for 2022.
The new Daily convinced
It is to the renewal of its offer and several models in 2021 that Iveco France attributes this success. With its 6% reduction in fuel consumption and optimized connectivity, its new Daily utility vehicle won over the market. It took a share of 16.8%, up 1.8%, with 18,368 copies billed. The 29% growth compared to 2020 was clear in the tipper segment, where it reached + 37% in sales.
Then comes the van segment where Iveco obtained the second market share with a 20% increase in its registrations. Among gas vehicles, the CNG-powered Daily retained its first place with +3% in sales and 50% market share, and in that of alternative energy vehicles, it took second place at 25%.
S-Way, T-Way and X-Way promising sales
In the intermediate range, the Eurocargo sold 715 copies, up 0.1% compared to 2020, but still the sole holder of 100% of the alternative energy market with 99 sales. With 2,478 registrations, the heavy range increased by 17% compared to 2020, but remained in seventh place in the market with 6.4%. It should be noted, however, the +80% in orders compared to 2020 thanks to the S-Way, whose comfort and 3% gain in consumption are appreciated, and thanks to the new T-Way and X-Way.
Compressed or liquefied CNG Ivecos have increased by 23% in invoicing and orders for 2022 have doubled compared to 2020. Finally, developed to compensate for delivery times, the Order and Drive offer of bodied vehicles ready to employment recorded 2,400 invoiced vehicles, 17% more than in 2019.
Training to democratize alternative energies
The modernization of its services has also contributed to Iveco’s success. Combined with the Alexa Voice Companion, connectivity facilitates the top care service, which helps drivers immobilized on the road, but also predictive maintenance and the upgrading of skills in repair workshops via the virtual repair assistant. Iveco Academy training courses for customers and dealers complement Nexpro remanufactured or alternative spare parts to keep maintenance costs down. They are also preparing the deployment of clean vehicles, such as the Daily Electric that Iveco will present at the IAA show in Hanover in September 2022.