All-Electric Car Sales In Germany Hit New High In November 2018
Germany is on track for over 68,000 sales in 2018 at 1.9% market share
Passenger plug-in electric car sales in Germany were in November about the same as a year ago at 6,266 and 2.3% market share. And there is a reason behind it.
While the all-electric sales hit an all-time record, the plug-in hybrids dragged the market down, unable to recover from September switch from NEDC to WLTP, which eliminated many plug-in hybrids from the offer.
- BEVs: 4,262 – up 41% at ≈1.56% market share
- PHEVs: 2,004 – down 39% at ≈0.73% market share
Plug-in electric car registrations in Germany – November 2018
The top-selling models in November were:
- Renault ZOE – 1,047
- Volkswagen e-Golf – 858
- BMW i3 – 432 (360 BEVs plus 72 REx)
- BMW 225xe Active Tourer – 456
Tesla registrations stand at 122 (81 Model S + 40 Model X and 1 Model 3). Audi had 220 registrations of the e-tron. Jaguar I-PACE increased to 38. Hyundai Kona Electric noted 95.
So far this year, the most popular models are:
- Renault ZOE – 5,416
- Volkswagen e-Golf – 5,216
- BMW i3 – 4,561
The StreetScooters all-electric delivery vehicles this time noted only 107 in November (4,117 YTD).