According to Russian Automotive Market Research, over eleven months of 2017 the car production in Russia increased by 22% to 1 244.3 thousand units. At the TOP-5 automobile plants account for two-thirds of passenger cars produced in the country, while there are more than 20 auto-manufactures in the country.
Cars are manufactured in 12 Russian regions, Moscow and Saint Petersburg. At that Saint Petersburg and Samara region contributed the most: 25.5% and 24.6% of the cars manufactured over the period correspondingly.
According to Russian Automotive Market Research, in January-September 2017 1127.1 thousand cars were produced in Russia, which is a 21% increase on the production result of the same period of 2016. The production structure is dominated by cars – 87.2% ...
According to Russian Automotive Market Research, in January-August 2017 special truck production amounted to 16.6 thousand vehicles which was a 3.8% decrease on the same period of 2016. Material handling machines and municipal vehicles constitute the two largest categories ...
Over eight months of 2017 truck production grew by 25.2% on the same period of 2016 to 41.1 thousand trucks.
Russian brands production grew by 9%, whereas foreign brands production grew by 133%.
The share of foreign brands in January-August 2017 increased from 13.1% to 24.3%.
According to Russian Automotive Market Research, over seven months of 2017 744.5 thousand cars were produced in Russia. The production grew by 22.1% on the similar period of 2016.
In general, the share of Russian brands in the car production structure in January-July 2017 was 25% (over the similar period of 2016 – 26%).
Multifunctional road trucks and municipal vehicles, cranes and loader cranes have the largest share in production: together they make over 31%.
Over the first five months of 2017 Russian auto makers produced 47.0 thousand light commercial vehicles, 24.1 thousand trucks and 4.3 thousand buses ...
Special purpose truck production in the first quarter of 2017 amounted to 5 thousand units which was a 6.7% growth on the same period of the previous year. In the first quarter of 2016 special purpose truck production plummeted 54% on the same period of 2015.