All-Electric Car Registrations Europe 2014 – Model-By-Model Breakdown
Here is the as-promised second part with the best selling all-electric cars in Europe in 2014, according to Avere-France.
We already saw the results for a few models provided earlier by Nissan, but this breakdown has more models and a niftycolor chart.
Among the 65,199 passenger and light delivery electric cars, the clear leader is the Nissan LEAF with 14,385 registrations (Nissan indicates a few hundred more were registerted, but Nissan’s date probably includes a few more countries – 18 in the case of Avere-France).
The second best is Renault ZOE with 10,980. And those two models alone captured over 23,000 or 39% of the electric car market in Europe in 2014.
Third is Tesla Model S with 8,744, while the all-electric BMW i3 is fourth with 5,628, just ahead of 5,170 for Volkswagen e-up!
Next we have another Renault – 4,158 for Kangoo Z.E, which again reminds us of which manufacturing group leads the way in electric car sales.
Volkswagen e-Golf with 3,368 was able to overtake electric smart at 3,082.
Nissan e-NV200 had 1,770 and Bollore Bluecar with 1,170 ends the chart, although there are some 6,744 additional registrations of other models that are low volume.