2015 BEV Sales In Europe Through October (With Top Countries & Models)

NOV 30 2015 BY MARK KANE 7

All-electric car sales in Europe are enjoying solid growth, and with two months left to be reported on, sales for 2015 has already exceeded the whole of 2014.

Through the end of October, 76,301 BEVs were registered in Europe – around 76% of them in the top 4 countries (Norway – 22,388, France – 17,060, Germany – 9,438 and UK – 8356).

Netherlands stands at 8,356, Switzerland at 3,104, Austria at 1,498, Denmark at 2,424, Italy at 1,639, Sweden at 2,755, Belgium at 1,247, Spain at 1,343 and all the rest at 2,083.

BEV sales in Europe – January-October 2015 (source: L’Avere-France)

BEV sales in Europe – January-October 2015 (source: L’Avere-France)

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Second part of the BEV report includes a top selling models breakdown.

Nissan LEAF, with 13,801 registrations stands just a few hundred units ahead of Renault ZOE with 13,561. Because the 30 kWh LEAF deliveries just begin in earnest in January for Europe, ZOE could be #1 this year for the very first time.

In a strong third position is Tesla Model S11,670.  Just behind the three leaders, and also with a surprisingly high number, is the VW e-Golf at 9,325. The all-electric BMW i3 is 5th in Europe at 5,461 (REx are not included).

Kia Soul EV stands at 3,869 (compared to just 836 in U.S.). Nissan’s e-NV200 leads the utility/van category with 3,297, and is more popular than the similar Renault Kangoo Z.E. with 3,012. The Mercedes B-Class ED noted 2,462 (1,768 in U.S.).

The  remaining 9,943 is divided among all other models.

BEV sales in Europe – January-October 2015 (source: L’Avere-France)

BEV sales in Europe – January-October 2015 (source: L’Avere-France)

Source: L’Avere-France

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Counter-Strike Cat
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Renault-Nissan dominates the market.

Tech01x
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Tech01x

Not if you are counting revenue or GWh shipped.

Bob
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Do wee need so much GWh like possible, thats like we need all a Ford F-Series. I hope there is some point people get more reason what they really need.
In China the sales of Panda EV (minimally EV)go through the roof. Batterys get better range will come by itself and sure there will be china companies sell millions of EVs like the hundred millions of EV scooters in China, before all others.

Counter-Strike Cat
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How about counting number of passenger seats, number of wheels, …?

Plug Life
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Plug Life

…or the taxpayer money grabbed.

Rob
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Rob

You better start counting all the taxpayer money that has been used for supporting fossil fuels. That is much worse.

Kalle
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Kalle

I allways wish for electric car sales as a factor of the population.
It makes it much clerer in what country sales are going well and in what it doesent.