China Automotive News Network On February 7, the Beijing Municipal Passenger Car Index Regulation and Management Office issued the "Notice on the Total Passenger Car Index Total and Allocation Ratio in 2020" (hereinafter referred to as the "Notice"). The "Notice" states that There are 60,000 new energy quotas for passenger cars. Among them, the number of new personal indicators was 54,200, compared with 54,000 last year, and the size of personal indicators increased by 200.
Among the overall indicators, the personal indicator quota for ordinary cars accounts for 95.5% of the annual indicator quota, totaling 38,200; the personal indicator quota for new energy accounts for about 90.3% of the annual indicator quota, for a total of 54,200, and 200 new personal indicators have been added. The personal indicators of ordinary passenger cars also increased by 200.
The allocation ratio of passenger car indicators in the "Announcement" in 2020 is as follows:
1. Ordinary passenger car indicators. Individual quotas account for 95.5% of the annual quotas, for a total of 38200 units; unit quotas account for 4% of the annual quotas, for a total of 1,600; operating passenger car quotas account for 0.5% of the annual quotas, for a total of 200.
2. New energy passenger car indicators. Individual quotas accounted for about 90.3% of the annual quota, for a total of 54,200 units; unit quotas accounted for 5% of the annual quota, for a total of 3,000; operating passenger car quotas accounted for about 4.7% of the annual quota, for a total of 2,800.
E fast review: In 2020, the personal indicators of new energy minibuses increased by 200 compared with last year, which is really not much. With the decline of the auto market, the new car purchase indicators have had little effect on the entire market. Last year, the state issued relevant documents regarding the liberalization of new energy vehicle purchase restrictions as much as possible, but Beijing's own traffic pressure is also very heavy. How to weigh it is a difficult problem. As for the epidemic situation, Beijing has extended the new energy indicators that will expire in February to March. We will continue to pay attention to whether the release of the indicators will be held on February 26 as scheduled.