EVs Take 18.4% Share In Germany — Market Still In Hangover

Credit to Author: Dr. Maximilian Holland| Date: Fri, 10 May 2024 15:45:43 +0000

April saw plugin EVs take an 18.4% share in Germany, down YoY from 20.5% — still reeling after the abrupt cancellation of incentive schemes in late December. Overall auto volume was 243,087 units, up by some 20% YoY, but still 20% below 2017–2019 seasonal norms (~305,000 units). The bestselling BEV … [continued]

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EVs At 19.3% Share In Germany — Tesla Model Y Leads

Credit to Author: Dr. Maximilian Holland| Date: Fri, 08 Mar 2024 20:34:10 +0000

February saw plugin EVs at 19.3% share of the German auto market, still in a hangover from sudden incentive changes … [continued]

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EVs Drop To 17.3% Share In Germany As Hangover Hits

Credit to Author: Dr. Maximilian Holland| Date: Fri, 09 Feb 2024 16:28:29 +0000

January saw plugin EVs drop to a 17.3% share of the German auto market, after an out-of-the-blue cancellation of all … [continued]

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25% Of New Vehicle Sales Plugin Sales In Germany In 2023!

Credit to Author: José Pontes| Date: Sun, 21 Jan 2024 06:10:34 +0000

30% plugin vehicle share in December! The German plugin market experienced a somewhat chaotic year in 2023, all due to … [continued]

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EVs Take 25.7% Share in Germany — Policy Tides Continue

Credit to Author: Dr. Maximilian Holland| Date: Fri, 08 Dec 2023 09:05:30 +0000

November saw plugin EVs take 25.7% share in Germany, down from an (anomalous pull-forward) 39.4%, year on year, and in … [continued]

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The Battle For Germany’s EV Market, Part X — Skoda Shines! VW & Tesla Down.

Credit to Author: José Pontes| Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2023 22:30:49 +0000

The overall German auto market was up by 5% in October, and the BEV market was back in the black … [continued]

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Germany — Plugin EVs Take 22.9% Share, Tesla Leads

Credit to Author: Dr. Maximilian Holland| Date: Wed, 07 Jun 2023 15:26:51 +0000

The auto market in Germany saw plugin EVs take 22.9% share in May 2023, down from 25.3% year on year. Full electrics gained share, but were outpaced by the losses in plugin hybrid share, due to recent policy changes. Overall auto volume was 246,966 units, up by some 20% YoY, though down from pre-2020 norms. […]

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The Battle For Germany’s EV Market, Part IV — Tesla Model Y vs. Volkswagen MEB Family

Credit to Author: José Pontes| Date: Sat, 27 May 2023 02:34:55 +0000

The overall German auto market had a positive month in April (+13% year over year), with BEVs being the highlight (+34% YoY). There were 29,740 BEV registrations last month, 15% of the overall market. That pulled the market up — quite different from PHEVs, which were down 46%. The latter are now suffering from the […]

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Germany — Tesla Model Y Leads In Hangover Plugin Market

Credit to Author: Dr. Maximilian Holland| Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2023 13:44:48 +0000

Germany’s plugin electric vehicles took 21.6% of the auto market in March, down from 25.6% year on year. BEV grew share slightly, but PHEVs lost half their share YoY, due to recent policy changes. Overall auto volume was 281,361 units, up over 16% YoY, but still well down from pre-2020 seasonal norms. March’s combined plugin […]

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The Battle for Germany’s EV Market, Part II — Tesla Model 3 Called for Duty

Credit to Author: José Pontes| Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2023 15:03:46 +0000

The Tesla Model Y was the 2nd best selling automobile in the overall German auto market in February (an “off-peak month” for Tesla).

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