Volkswagen ID.3 Shines In Hot Dutch Market (29% Plugin Vehicle Market Share!)

Credit to Author: Jose Pontes| Date: Thu, 19 Nov 2020 03:50:02 +0000

October saw the Dutch electric vehicle (EV) market return to the fast lane, jumping 228% year over year (YoY) to 9,116 units, the market’s best score ever if we exclude December months (which are prone to incentive-derived year-end rushes)

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27% Plugin Vehicle Share in the Netherlands! (& Tesla Model 3 Sneaks Into #1)

Credit to Author: Jose Pontes| Date: Sun, 11 Oct 2020 03:27:53 +0000

The Super-September edition of the Dutch EV market actually saw it return to red (-3% year over year/YoY), but with the crash of the overall market, plugin vehicle (PEV) market share actually jumped to 27%, 6 percentage points ahead of September

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Plugin Vehicles = 16% Share of Auto Market in Netherlands, Tesla Model 3 Still #1

Credit to Author: Jose Pontes| Date: Wed, 08 Jul 2020 22:24:13 +0000

Tesla Model 3 Keeps #1 Position, while Plugin Vehicle Market Share Hits 16% in June

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VW e-Golf #1 In May In Netherlands, Tesla Model 3 Leader In 2020

Credit to Author: Jose Pontes| Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2020 22:24:13 +0000

With the Netherlands overall market dropping 53% year over year (YoY), the local plugin vehicle market also once again slipped into red, dropping 28% YoY in May to 2,023 plugin registrations

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Kia Niro EV #1 In Covid-19 Impacted Dutch Market

Credit to Author: Jose Pontes| Date: Wed, 13 May 2020 07:34:51 +0000

With the Netherlands escaping a full lockdown, the economic slowdown hasn’t been as devastating as in other markets, with the overall market dropping just 53%

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Tesla Model 3 Jumps To #1 Among All Autos In The Netherlands

Credit to Author: Jose Pontes| Date: Tue, 07 Apr 2020 20:57:59 +0000

While the Netherlands does not have yet a full lockdown, the coronavirus pandemic has forced a wide range of businesses to shut down, slowing business significantly, so expect slow sales months at least in April and May … in the overall market, that is

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Opel Ampera-e (Opel Who?!?) Wins January In The Netherlands — EV Sales Report

Credit to Author: Jose Pontes| Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2020 04:00:15 +0000

With a sales rush in the last days of 2019, one would imagine January would bring a big hangover for the plug-in vehicle market. But turns out, it hasn’t. Yes, the Dutch plug-in market was down 2% year over year (YoY), to 3,184 registrations, but because the overall market fell even more (-6% YoY), the plug-in vehicle (PEV) share (7.2%, 4.3% for fully electric vehicles alone) actually grew compared to 12 months ago (6.9% in January 2019). So … why is this happening

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Tesla Model 3 Shatters All Records in Historic Month & Year in the Netherlands

Credit to Author: Jose Pontes| Date: Thu, 09 Jan 2020 03:50:32 +0000

Led by the Tesla Model 3, December had an amazing 22,983 plug-in registrations, a three-fold increase compared to the same month last year, finally beating one of the oldest records in modern EV history, the 15,879 units sold in the Netherlands in December

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Tesla Model 3 Dwarfs The Competition In The Netherlands In November, & Is #1 Overall In 2019

Credit to Author: Jose Pontes| Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2019 02:10:34 +0000

The Dutch plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) market is back at year-end-rush mode, doubling sales in November to 7,205 registrations. That translates into a PEV share of 18% in November, and pulls the 2019 PEV share to a record 11%

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Open The Plug-In Hybrid Floodgates! Germany EV Sales Report

Credit to Author: Jose Pontes| Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2019 07:33:16 +0000

Something clicked in the German plug-in vehicle market after the summer holidays. The market had a record month (9,452 registrations) in September, and then October came and set a new record, this time 26% above the previous one! 11,926 plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) were registered, more than doubling last year’s result. With China’s PEV market in post-subsidy blues, this is a welcome boost to global sales. Now if only the US market helped to carry the burden

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