S-segment

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S-segment (or sport cars) is a car classification defined by European Commission.[1]

European sales figures[edit]

Coupés[edit]

Standard coupés[edit]

The most recent figures currently available for all models are from 2014.[2]

2014
rank
Manufacturer Model 2013 sales 2014 sales % change
(2013–2014)
1 Opel/Vauxhall Astra GTC 18,862 15,068 Decrease –20.1%
2 Renault Mégane Coupé 13,687 11,963 Decrease –12.6%
3 Volkswagen Scirocco 11,828 10,043 Decrease –15.1%
4 Peugeot RCZ 7,440 5,722 Decrease –23.1%
5 Toyota GT86 6,080 2,604 Decrease –57.2%
6 Renault Laguna Coupé 1,500 900 Decrease –40.0%
7 Hyundai Veloster 2,921 752 Decrease –74.3%
8 Chevrolet Camaro Coupé 919 658 Decrease –28.4%
9 Subaru BRZ 865 598 Decrease –30.9%
10 Nissan Fairlady 370Z Coupé 529 515 Decrease –2.6%
Total 64,888 49,661 Decrease –23.5%

Premium coupés[edit]

The most recent figures currently available for all models are from 2014.[3]

2014
rank
Manufacturer Model 2013 sales 2014 sales % change
(2013–2014)
1 BMW 4 Series Coupé 6,581 28,026 Increase +325.9%
2 BMW 2 Series Coupé 258 13,209 Increase +5,019.8%
3 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupé 13,838 11,645 Decrease –15.8%
4 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupé 11,150 9,350 Decrease –16.1%
5 Audi A5 Coupé / S5 Coupé / RS5 Coupé 10,362 8,833 Decrease –14.8%
6 Porsche 911 Coupé 6,986 7,809 Increase +11.8%
7 Audi TT Coupé 8,870 7,540 Decrease –15.0%
8 Porsche Cayman 3,378 3,221 Decrease –4.6%
9 Jaguar F-Type Coupé 2,584 Steady New model
10 BMW 6 Series Coupé 2,340 1,679 Decrease –28.2%
Total 75,569 100,499 Increase +33.0%

Convertibles[edit]

Standard convertibles[edit]

The most recent figures currently available for all models are from 2014.[4]

2014
rank
Manufacturer Model 2013 sales 2014 sales % change
(2013–2014)
1 Fiat 500C 29,207 30,054 Increase +2.9%
2 Mini Convertible 12,300 14,515 Increase +18.0%
3 Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet 14,039 13,286 Decrease –5.4%
4 Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet 14,184 11,447 Decrease –19.3%
5 smart Fortwo Cabrio 11,223 9,050 Decrease –19.4%
6 Opel/Vauxhall Cascada 5,696 5,895 Increase +3.5%
7 Mazda MX-5 6,050 5,779 Decrease –4.5%
8 Mini Roadster 2,866 5,159 Increase +80.0%
9 Peugeot 207 CC 7,523 4,944 Decrease –34.3%
10 Citroën DS3 Cabrio 8,407 4,940 Decrease –41.2%
11 Peugeot 308 CC 7,020 4,177 Decrease –40.5%
12 Volkswagen Eos 3,462 3,197 Decrease –7.7%
13 Renault Mégane CC 3,361 2,471 Decrease –26.5%
Total 126,814 115,467 Decrease –8.9%

Premium convertibles[edit]

The most recent figures currently available for all models are from 2014.[5]

2014
rank
Manufacturer Model 2013 sales 2014 sales % change
(2013–2014)
1 BMW 4 Series Cabrio 199 13,449 Increase +6,658.3%
2 Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class 12,594 11,073 Decrease –12.1%
3 Audi A3 Cabrio / S3 Cabrio 3,926 10,850 Increase +166.5%
4 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet 10,844 10,463 Decrease –3.5%
5 Audi A5 Cabriolet / S5 Cabriolet / RS5 Cabriolet 8,720 7,671 Decrease –12.0%
6 BMW Z4 5,970 5,336 Decrease –10.6%
7 Porsche 911 Cabrio 5,504 5,047 Decrease –8.3%
8 Porsche Boxster 5,904 4,998 Decrease –15.3%
9 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 3,403 2,624 Decrease –22.9%
10 Audi TT Roadster 3,247 2,214 Decrease –31.8%
11 Jaguar F-Type Convertible 2,750 2,057 Decrease –25.2%
Total 80,632 81,361 Increase +0.9%

Sports cars[edit]

Small sports cars[edit]

[6]

2017
rank
Manufacturer Model 2013 sales 2014 sales 2015 sales 2016 sales 2017 sales % change
(2016–2017)
1 Audi TT / TTS / TT RS 12,331 9,768 22,417 20,922 16,281 Decrease –22.2%
2 Mazda MX-5 6,050 5,786 6,746 13,677 15,769 Increase +15.3%
3 Ford Mustang 635 556 4,889 15,204 13,241 Decrease –12.9%
4 Porsche 718 Boxster 147 3,144 8,438 Increase +168.4%
5 Mercedes-Benz SLC-Class 6,716 7,879 Increase +17.3%
6 Fiat 124 Spider 3,717 7,831 Increase +110.7%
7 Chevrolet Camaro 1,496 932 367 607 1,592 Increase +162.3%
8 Toyota GT86 6,080 2,617 1,661 1,587 1,496 Decrease –5.7%
9 Nissan 370Z 754 669 760 842 894 Increase +6.2%
10 Alfa Romeo 4C 66 959 1,047 1,179 871 Decrease –26.1%
11 Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class 12,594 11,114 10,369 2,193 542 Decrease –75.3%
12 Subaru BRZ 865 603 417 333 527 Increase +58.3%
13 Lotus Exige 239 265 305 361 343 Decrease –5.0%
14 Lotus Elise 210 274 347 313 318 Increase +1.6%
15 BMW Z4 5,970 5,373 4,093 3,006 244 Decrease –91.9%
16 Lotus Evora 158 98 176 200 113 Decrease –43.5%
17 Porsche 718 Cayman 3,391 3,236 3,342 4,046 3,632 Decrease –10.2%
18 Peugeot RCZ 7,440 5,796 4,190 485 10 Decrease –97.9%
19 Alpine A110 7 Steady New model
Total 79,652 76,491 Decrease –4.0%

Large sports cars[edit]

[7]

2017
rank
Manufacturer Model 2013 sales 2014 sales 2015 sales 2016 sales 2017 sales % change
(2016–2017)
1 Porsche 911 12,369 12,987 14,386 15,550 15,053 Decrease –3.2%
2 Jaguar F-Type 2,750 4,641 4,557 4,541 4,538 Decrease –0.1%
3 Mercedes-AMG GT 71 2,508 2,372 2,443 Increase +3.0%
4 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 3,403 2,650 2,000 1,911 1,486 Decrease –22.2%
5 Audi R8 1,021 859 1,108 1,428 1,366 Decrease –4.3%
6 BMW i8 41 1,133 2,056 1,517 988 Decrease –34.9%
7 Aston Martin V8 Vantage/V12 Vantage 742 712 705 646 629 Decrease –2.6%
8 Lexus LC 599 Steady New model
9 Ferrari California T 340 426 845 699 499 Decrease –28.6%
10 Maserati GranTurismo 497 388 317 313 201 Decrease –35.8%
11 Maserati GranCabrio 253 229 233 222 156 Decrease –29.7%
12 Jaguar XK 1,421 1,578 169 3 3 Steady 0.0%
Total 29,202 27,961 Decrease –4.2%

Supercars[edit]

[8]

2017
rank
Manufacturer Model 2013 sales 2014 sales 2015 sales 2016 sales 2017 sales % change
(2016–2017)
1 Ferrari 488 GTB 247 1,286 1,519 Increase +18.1%
2 Bentley Continental GT 1,657 1,595 1,631 1,705 1,512 Decrease –11.3%
3 Aston Martin DB11 155 1,249 Increase +705.8%
4 Lamborghini Huracán 220 502 529 661 Increase +25.0%
5 Ferrari GTC4Lusso 78 138 577 Increase +318.1%
6 Aston Martin Vanquish 379 320 365 247 359 Increase +45.3%
7 Lamborghini Aventador 226 238 250 369 322 Decrease –12.7%
8 Ferrari F12berlinetta 624 418 296 387 261 Decrease –32.6%
9 Rolls-Royce Dawn 258 235 Decrease –8.9%
10 Rolls-Royce Wraith 74 313 242 205 217 Increase +5.9%
11 Honda NSX 126 Steady New model
12 Aston Martin DB9 309 280 315 259 71 Decrease –72.6%
13 Ferrari 812 Superfast 41 Steady New model
14 Ferrari 458 Italia 1,236 1,287 942 111 18 Decrease –83.8%
15 Bugatti Veyron / Chiron 12 12 12 7 16 Increase +128.6%
16 Ferrari FF 208 173 162 76 14 Decrease –81.6%
17 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG 576 407 56 12 3 Decrease –75.0%
Total 5,977 6,776 Increase +13.4%

Coupés[edit]

Convertibles[edit]

Muscle Cars[edit]

Roadsters[edit]

High-Performance Cars[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "REGULATION (EEC) No 4064/89 - MERGER PROCEDURE" (PDF). Office for Official Publications of the European Communities L-2985 Luxembourg.
  2. ^ http://carsalesbase.com/european-sales-2014-coupe-segment/
  3. ^ http://carsalesbase.com/european-sales-2014-coupe-segment/
  4. ^ http://carsalesbase.com/european-sales-2014-coupe-segment/
  5. ^ http://carsalesbase.com/european-sales-2014-coupe-segment/
  6. ^ http://carsalesbase.com/european-sales-2017-exotic-and-sports-car-segments/
  7. ^ http://carsalesbase.com/european-sales-2017-exotic-and-sports-car-segments/
  8. ^ http://carsalesbase.com/european-sales-2017-exotic-and-sports-car-segments/