Global EV Sales Up 63% In Q3 Thanks To Surge In China
Surprising absolutely no one, plug-in electric vehicles are the quickest growing branch of automotive industry today … and it has been that way since they were re-introduced to the world at the beginning of this decade.
However, in the third quarter of this year, sales increased by 63% year-over-year – to more than 287,000, at least according to the Bloomberg New Energy Finance report.
The growth compared to second quarter is also fairly tangible at 23%.
BNEF states (again, fairly obviously to anyone following the segment) that China is the largest EV market fueled by significant incentives, which has lead more then 1 of every 2 plug-in sales coming from the region.
91,000 New Energy Vehicles were sold in China in October, including roughly 66,500 light vehicles – see report.
Europe finds itself in 2nd with a 24% share, while the North America – once the first – is now is third.
source: The Straits Times