In Q1 2017 Renault ZOE Sales Were Up 57%, Looking For 40K By Year’s End
Renault opens 2017 with an electric car sales surge, as the new ZOE is selling like proverbial hotcakes.
The first quarter of 2017 ended with some 9,220 ZOE sales, which is 57% more than year ago (around 5,900).
Most of the sales comes via France – 56% (5,191) where ZOE holds an astounding 70% of all electric passenger car registrations, and notes growth of 60% year-over-year.
“Against the backdrop of a particularly vibrant and rapidly growing (up 22.9%) electric passenger vehicle market, the ZOE with its increased range of 400km NEDC has seen its sales figures climb close to 60%, and it alone accounts for 70% of the market with 5,191 units registered.”
Sales also hit new high in March – around 3,800 (41% of the total first quarter), which gives us hopes that ZOE may be able to reach up to 40,000 sales for the year (in 2016 it was around 22,000)!
— Renault ZE (@RenaultZE) April 25, 2017