The CEO of French car manufacturer Peugeot has revealed that the Greek National Police will be receiving 370 new cars.
“370 brand new Peugeot 308 ready to be delivered by Peugeot Hellas for service with the Greek National Police. Very smart!”, said CEO Jean-Philippe Imparato.
— Jean-Philippe Imparato (@JPImparato) November 13, 2020
Peugeot ‘s turnover fell in the third quarter, with the French carmaker predicting that the European car market will fall by 25% this year.
According to the company, its revenues decreased to 15.45 billion euros from 15.58 billion euros in the corresponding period last year.
As noted, recent product presentations and pricing policies have helped to offset the decline in volume and the negative impact of exchange rates.
The group expects car markets to fall by 25% in Europe, 30% in Latin America, 10% in China and 20% in Russia.
Meanwhile, the Greek police also received 100 new motorcycles.
A total of 778 vehicles have been received by the Greek police since the beginning of the year.