In Denmark, EVs Grab 0.6% Market Share in November; 0.2% for Tesla


VW e-Up!

VW e-Up!

At last, over 90 electric cars were sold in Denmark last month.  With the total automotive market there at 15,896 sales last month, plug-ins accounted for 0.6% of the market.

The leader was the Nissan LEAF, which had 37 registrations in November and 190 YTD.

In second was the Tesla Model S with 32 in November and 79 YTD.

However, the biggest surprise was the Renault ZOE.  Just 6 units were sold in November, when Volkswagen e-up! had its first 16 (alongside 900 ICE up!).

We don’t see any BMW i3 sales in Denmark yet, but one Opel Ampera plug-in hybrid and one Renault Twizy were sold there during last month.

Categories: Nissan, Renault, Sales, Tesla, Volkswagen


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Denmark’s green government is destroying the market with their extreme high taxes on electricity. It’s simply cheaper to drive a gasoline car.

Green government? I’m surprised it isn’t a black government with all the coal they are burning… Poland, Germany, Denmark, The Netherland and the UK are a shame of Europe.