مبيعات لكزس في أوربا لـ عام 2017
Lexus Europe has reported 74,602 total sales for 2017, just above last year’s 74,316 sales — here is a model-by-model breakdown of the models and their hybrid/petrol mix:
2017
Hybrid %
CT
8,842
N/A
IS
6,093
90%
ES
1,918
N/A
RC
1,446
83.9%
GS
1,763
84.5%
LS
165
89.7%
LC
587
54.7%
NX
27,789
71.0%
RX
18,918
41.0%
Other Models
7,081
N/A
Total Sales
74,602
60.4%
The NX is heads above as the top selling model — the compact crossover makes up 37.3% of all sales, followed by the RX at 25.4%. The best selling car remains the CT 200h — its success in Europe likely played a major role in last year’s update.
The hybrid sales in Europe are disproportionate to North America, with 60% of total sales and 98% in Western Europe sold with a gas-electric powertrain. This is also their 4th consecutive year of growth, though sales remained essentially flat compared to 2016.
Lexus sales in China are up 22% year-over-year with 132,900 vehicles sold in 2017. Leading sales for the lineup was the ES sedan, followed by the NX & RX crossovers.
Despite this strong sales growth, Lexus still lags behind other luxury manufacturers in the country. Based on Car Sales Base data, Audi remains the top selling luxury brand in China with a projected 565,000 units sold in 2017. Mercedes should finish second with approximately 440,000 sales, with BMW in third with a projected 380,000 units sold.