In 2021, light commercial vehicles (LCV) remained competitive in the EMEA Region (Europe, the Middle East and Africa). Stellantis maintained its spot at the top, with a market share of 22%, followed by the Mercedes-Benz Group and Ford Motor Company, with 18% and 17% respectively. Although Renault and Volkswagen had lesser shares than the above mentioned companies, they still had a healthy contribution of 13% and 12% market share, respectively. Companies other than these five giants contributed 18% collectively.
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