Stock of motor vehicles and trailers

Stock 2019

A total of 7.00 million motor vehicles were registered on reference day 31 December 2019, by 1.5% or 100 626 more than the year before, as Statistics Austria reports. Passenger cars, the most important type of vehicle (share: 72.0%), showed an increase of 1.2% to 5.04 million vehicles. Regarding commercial vehicles, 468 078 tractors used for agriculture and forestry (+0.8%), 440 582 lorries category (cat.) N1 (up to 3.5 t gross vehicle weight; +4.2%), 10 509 lorries cat. N2 (over 3.5 t up to 12 t gross vehicle weight; -3.6%), 43 494 lorries cat. N3 (over 12 t gross vehicle weight; +1.9%), 19 334 articulated lorries (+2.3%) were documented. For two-wheelers, 549 769 motorcycles (+2.8%) and 272 483 scooters (-0.7%) were recorded.

In 2019, as in the previous years, the following ten passenger car makes showed the highest stock: VW 1 026 451 (share 20.4%), Audi 379 075 (7.5%), BMW 306 030 (6.1%), Ford 295 667 (5.9%), Skoda 294 068 and Opel 292 238 (each 5.8%), Mercedes 274 973 (5.5%), Renault 210 415 (4.2%), Seat 202 868 (4.0%) and Peugeot 186 760 (3.7%).

With 675 passenger cars per 1 000 inhabitants Burgenland had the highest level of motorisation, followed by Lower Austria (654), Carinthia (648), Upper Austria (636), Styria (616) and Salzburg (567). The Austrian Länder Tyrol and Vorarlberg (each 544) and Vienna (374) were below the Austrian average of 566 passenger cars per 1 000 inhabitants (provisional population stock on 1 January 2020).

Regarding passenger cars by type of engine, diesel-drive decreased by 0.1% to 2.77 million (2018: +0.2%), petrol-powered cars (including flex-fuel) rose by 1.9% to approximately 2.18 million (2018: +2.8%). Electric passenger cars increased by 41.7% (2018: +42.5%) and reported 29 523 vehicles. Hybrids (petrol/electric: +33.9%; diesel/electric: +150.6%), natural gas drive (+10.0%) and hydrogen-powered passenger cars (fuel cell; +70.8% or +17 vehicles) recorded also increases. Decreases were reported for passenger cars with bivalent engines, such as petrol/natural gas (-1.0%) and petrol/liquefied gas (-0.9%).

Provisional results

Stock of vehicles on 30 June 2020

Vehicle stock by reporting years

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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Statistik der Kraftfahrzeuge, Bestand am 31.12.2019
The present publication concerns structural data of all motor vehicles for the reference day 31 December 2019. A time series since 1931 with the most important basic data as well as a methodical ...

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Statistik der Kraftfahrzeuge, Bestand am 31.12.2018
The present publication concerns structural data of all motor vehicles for the reference day 31 December 2018. A time series since 1931 with the most important basic data as well as a methodical ...

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Statistik der Kraftfahrzeuge, Bestand am 31.12.2017
The present publication concerns structural data of all motor vehicles for the reference day 31 December 2017. A time series since 1931 with the most important basic data as well as a methodical ...

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