Ready to go vehicle fleet and activity data for the EU 28 member states

Find out for yourself how vehicle population will change and where.

See for yourself how emissions will vary wherever you want to know them.

Discover for yourself the impact of current & future legislation on emissions policies.

We offer you all the data that you need to do all of these.


The vehicle fleet and activity data that we provide for the compilation of national emission inventories with use of COPERT reflect our best knowledge of national situation in each country until 2014. The time series 2000-2010 has been created using the road transport dataset and methodology of the TRACCS and FLEETS research projects. More specifically, TRACCS dataset of the period 2005-2010 has been combined with the FLEETS dataset of the period 2000-2005 and, together with the latest 2011-2014 update, an aligned and up to date time series for the period 2000-2014 has been produced. The quality, completeness, and consistency of TRACCS and FLEETS datasets, which have been extensively reviewed and cross-checked, together with our expertise on transport data, ensure that the compiled COPERT data are also of good quality.


Latest update (Dec 2015)
    COPERT data have been updated using latest official statistics available, relevant studies, and SIBYL data. Main changes of this update include:
  • Addition of year 2014.
  • Revision of 2011-2013 time series based on SIBYL data.
  • Better estimation of alternatively fuelled passenger cars (LPG, CNG, E85, hybrids) and CNG buses.
  • Data imported and run with COPERT using updated (corrected) fuel consumption factors.
  • Both .mdb and .xls files available for each one of the EU28 countries plus IS, NO, CH, FYROM, and TR.
  • EU28 data file: In addition to the 33 countries, a single EU28 data file is available for emission modelling at European level. This file has been created e.g. by summing up all EU28 countries’ populations, calculating the weighted average of their mileage (based on vehicle-kilometre activity data), average U/R/H speeds and shares, monthly temperatures, etc. Therefore, this file is expected to provide a very good approximation of aggregated emissions in Europe as a whole.
Next expected update (Dec 2018)
  • Addition of years 2015 and 2016.
  • Time series starting from 1990.
  • Compatibility with latest statistical data.
  • Main statistical sources utilised: Eurostat, EC Statistical Pocket Book, ACEA, ACEM, CO2 monitoring database, EAFO, UNFCCC.
  • Update of alternatively fuelled vehicles (LPG, CNG, hybrids, electric).
  • Consistency of fuel consumption with national submissions in UNFCCC on a per vehicle category level.


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