72% Plugin Vehicle Market Share in the Netherlands!

Credit to Author: Jose Pontes| Date: Sat, 09 Jan 2021 16:44:53 +0000

The Netherlands had an amazing 30,860 plugin registrations in December, a 34% increase over the previous all-time record, set in the same month of last year, which itself was beating a 4 year old record

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November Breaks Italy’s EV Sales Records & Little Giant Fiat 500e Enters Market

Credit to Author: Carlo Ombello| Date: Wed, 23 Dec 2020 17:02:00 +0000

November marks yet another fantastic month for the rise of electric mobility in Italy, the fourth largest European car market, as EV sales broke records once again

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30% Plugin Vehicle Market Share in the Netherlands!

Credit to Author: Jose Pontes| Date: Sat, 19 Dec 2020 05:38:15 +0000

November saw the Dutch plugin vehicle (PEV) market stay at full charge, with 9,910 registrations representing the market’s best score ever if we exclude December months, which are prone to incentive-derived year-end rushes

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Italy’s EV Market Surge Continues — BEVs Triple Again Year On Year

Credit to Author: Carlo Ombello| Date: Wed, 02 Dec 2020 21:31:40 +0000

Italy’s car market consolidated its recovery from the covid-19 spring lows in October, as sales rebounded to last year’s levels. Meanwhile, the road to electrification continues, with exponential growth trends reaffirmed in the country and across Europe

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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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July EV Sales Rise In Italy As New Incentives Loom

Credit to Author: Carlo Ombello| Date: Thu, 27 Aug 2020 04:24:07 +0000

Summer continues with a strong growth trend for the Italian EV market. With the broader car industry now in recovery mode as the coronavirus pandemic falls under control, and ahead of enhanced EV incentives recently passed by Italy’s government, July monthly car sales figures paint a well known picture of steady growth for electric mobility

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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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Italy’s BEV Market Up 53% As Tesla Model 3 Leads June Sales

Credit to Author: Carlo Ombello| Date: Tue, 07 Jul 2020 18:17:23 +0000

Electric car sales are keeping their strong momentum in Italy. As the nation’s car market recovers from the coronavirus collapse of previous months, overall volumes are returning to healthy levels amidst strong signs of a new reality in the industry. June figures show consolidating trends of change that will likely lead to electric surprises in the second half of the year

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55% Growth In Italy’s Electric Vehicle Market Year Over Year

Credit to Author: Carlo Ombello| Date: Fri, 12 Jun 2020 19:06:26 +0000

The worst is over for global car sales, following the coronavirus black swan that has put an indelible mark on 2020. With every nation slowly enacting new phases of reopening, the car industry can breath a sigh of relief, as car sales everywhere pick up momentum after an awful few weeks at near-zero. Fast in bouncing back is Italy’s market, which – although still about 50% down year-on-year – is way up from the April lows that saw it crater by 97.5% from the same month last year. So does this mean we’re back to business as usual? Not quite

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