Europe Hits 11% Plug-in Vehicle Market Share in April

Credit to Author: Jose Pontes| Date: Thu, 28 May 2020 21:37:30 +0000

The European passenger plug-in market scored 31,500 registrations in April, down 16% year over year (YoY), which is nevertheless a great performance considering the effect that the several lockdowns across the continent made and the overall market crashing (-78% YoY). That combo inflated last month’s plug-in share to an amazing 11% share

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BYD Qin = China’s Best Selling Electric Vehicle In April (China EV Sales Report)

Credit to Author: Jose Pontes| Date: Mon, 25 May 2020 02:50:37 +0000

Plugin vehicle sales continue to recover in China. They were still down 29% year over year (YoY) in April, but that was the smallest drop so far this year. Slightly more than 61,000 units were registered in April

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Plug-In Vehicles = 27% Market Share In Sweden

Credit to Author: Zachary Shahan| Date: Wed, 20 May 2020 06:43:28 +0000

The Swedish auto market, like other auto markets but not as extreme, saw its numbers crash (again) in April. The overall auto market was down 38% year over year. Also like in other markets, plug-in vehicles did better than the overall market. They actually saw a sales increase in April

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Tesla Model 3 Shines In Transition Month In China

Credit to Author: Jose Pontes| Date: Sat, 25 Apr 2020 19:00:08 +0000

With the Chinese market slowly returning to normal, now that China has endured the first wave of the COVID pandemic, sales have started to recover from February’s fall into the abyss. In March they dropped just 51%, to around 60,000 units, a significant improvement from the 65% fall of the previous month

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Belgium Hits 9% Electric Vehicle Market Share In March

Credit to Author: Zachary Shahan| Date: Thu, 09 Apr 2020 03:50:07 +0000

In Belgium in March, auto sales were down a whopping 48%, but plug-in vehicle sales were up 39%! In the first quarter of the year, plug-in vehicle sales were up 91%. No rounding error

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50% of Volkswagen up! Buyers Now Buy e-up! in Germany

Credit to Author: Zachary Shahan| Date: Wed, 01 Apr 2020 19:22:47 +0000

Volkswagen e-UPThe Volkswagen e-up! is one of the cheapest electric vehicles on the market. Throw in the usual operational savings of an electric car and you end up with a compelling total cost of ownership. Consumers are starting to catch on. Volkswagen reports that approximately 50% of up! sales in Germany are now e-up! sales

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Electric Vehicles Now 37% of Auto Sales in Iceland!

Credit to Author: Zachary Shahan| Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2020 01:23:49 +0000

Fully electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids combined to account for a surprising 37% of the auto market in Iceland in February. That’s up from an already impressive 25% in

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Sweden Reaches 26% Electric Vehicle Market Share!

Credit to Author: Zachary Shahan| Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2020 03:30:57 +0000

Yes, the Swedish electric vehicle market is an odd one in which approximately 80% of electric vehicle sales are plug-in hybrids, leaving only 20% of the market for fully electric vehicles. Most EV markets are around 50–50 or favor fully electric vehicles (BEVs). Nonetheless, an overall EV market share of 26% is a stunning achievement in early

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Tesla Model 3 Leads Disrupted Chinese EV Market

Credit to Author: Jose Pontes| Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2020 21:38:26 +0000

With the Chinese electric vehicle (EV) market suffering from the general lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, sales took an expected beating, with only 15,000 passenger EVs registered in February, the worst result in over 3 years, representing a 65% drop year over year

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China Electric Vehicle Sales — The Light At The End Of The Tunnel?

Credit to Author: Jose Pontes| Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2020 04:00:44 +0000

After some terrible months (-42% in November), the Chinese plug-in market seems to have finally bottomed out, falling just 22% year over year (YoY) in December, to 149,000 units, with both powertrain technologies dropping. Fully electric vehicles (BEVs) suffered less (only -17% YoY) than plug-in hybrids (-45%)

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