Production of Light Commercial Vehicles in Europe (by Country)
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Chart 1: 2018 Countries with Highest LCV Production
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Chart 2: 2017 Countries with Highest LCV Production
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In 2018, Europe produced about 2 million light commercial vehicles (LCVs) or 10% of the world's total output. This puts Europe in third place to the juggernauts of North America which produced close to 12 million LCVs or 57% of the world's global output and Asia which produced 3.9 million light commercial vehicles (LCVs) or 19% of the world's total production.

The OICA, or  Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles (International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers), tracks and represents the global auto industry. Here is a raw summary of the light commercial vehicle (LCV) production for 2017 to 2018 by countries in Europe.

A light commercial vehicle is generally referred to as a commercial carrier vehicle with a gross vehicle weight of no more than 3.5 metric tons. In Europe, France, Spain and Turkey remain the top three light commercial vehicle (LCV) producers for 2017-2018 and account about 7% of the global production of light commercial vehicles.

In 2018, there are close to 21 million light commercial vehicles produced. Out of which, 2.4% (or 0.5  million vehicles) are produced in France, 2.35% (or 0.49 million vehicles) are produced in Spain and 2.31% (or 0.48 million vehicles) are produced in Turkey.

In 2017, there are close to 20 million light commercial vehicles produced. Out of which, 2.56% (or 0.52 million vehicles) are produced in Turkey, 2.45%  (or 0.49 million vehicles) are produced in Spain and 2.3% (or 0.47 million vehicles) are produced in France.

(Note: some figures may be rounded off; listed figures have not been adjusted for double-counting across countries)


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