Stock of motor vehicles and trailers

Stock 2020

A total of 7.10 million motor vehicles were registered on reference day 31 December 2020, by 1.5% or 102 592 more than the year before. Passenger cars, the most important type of vehicle (share: 71.7%), showed an increase of 1.0% to 5.09 million vehicles. Regarding commercial vehicles, 472 505 tractors used for agriculture and forestry (+0.9%), 458 253 lorries category (cat.) N1 (up to 3.5 t gross vehicle weight; +4.0%), 10 082 lorries cat. N2 (over 3.5 t up to 12 t gross vehicle weight; -4.1%), 43 906 lorries cat. N3 (over 12 t gross vehicle weight; +0.9%), 19 393 articulated lorries (+0.3%) were documented. For two-wheelers, 570 760 motorcycles (+3.8%) and 274 455 scooters (+0.7%) were recorded.

In 2020, as in the previous years, the following ten passenger car makes showed the highest stock: VW 1 033 770 (share 20.3%), Audi 385 372 (7.6%), BMW 317 582 (6.2%), Skoda 309 776 (6.1%), Ford 297 557 (5.8%), Opel 284 573 (5.6%), Mercedes 283 923 (5.6%), Seat 211 679 (4.2%), Renault 210 067 (4.1%) and Peugeot 183 250 (3.6%).

With 681 passenger cars per 1 000 inhabitants, Burgenland had the highest motorization rate of all federal provinces, followed by Lower Austria (659), Carinthia (654), Upper Austria (641), Styria (622) and Salzburg (570). The provinces of Tyrol (549), Vorarlberg (547) and Vienna (374) were below the Austria-wide motorization rate of 570 cars per 1 000 inhabitants (provisional population level on January 1, 2021).

The number of diesel-powered passenger cars decreased by 0.4% to 2.76 million (2019: -0.1%), while those with petrol engines (incl. flex-fuel) increased by 0.7% to around 2.20 million (2019: +1.9%). Electric passenger cars recorded an increase of 50.8% (2019: +41.7%) to 44 507 vehicles. Passenger cars with combined drive systems (hybrid) also increased (petrol/electric: +51.1%; diesel/electric: +133.0%). There were also increases for passenger cars powered by natural gas (+5.8%) and hydrogen (fuel cell; +9.8%). Declines were observed for bivalent-powered passenger cars (petrol/natural gas -5.3%; petrol/liquid gas 0.0%).

Provisional results

Stock of vehicles on 30 June 2021

Vehicle stock by reporting years

Stock of motor vehicles 2020
Stock of motor vehicles 2019
Stock of motor vehicles 2018
Stock of motor vehicles 2017 revised
Stock of motor vehicles 2016
Stock of motor vehicles 2015
Stock of motor vehicles 2014
Stock of motor vehicles 2013
Stock of motor vehicles 2012
Stock of motor vehicles 2011
Stock of motor vehicles 2010
Stock of motor vehicles 2009
Stock of motor vehicles 2008

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