France has reason to be happy for awhile as new plug-in electric car registrations reached an all-time high at 3,384 last month.
The result consists of 2,336 passenger BEVs (up 77% year-over-year), 450 delivery BEVs (down 14%), and 598 passenger PHEVs.
Both BEV and PHEV passenger cars reached record sales in June taking over 1.0% and 0.3% of the market, respectively. Electric commercial vehicles took some 1.1% of all LCVs.
Growth of sales is reinforced by superbonus on top of the €6,300 incentive (total up to €10,000 in case of BEVs).
Market was lead by Renault ZOE (any surprise?), which by the way achieved its own new sales record of 1,482 registrations.
More insights on sales can be found in these splendid infographics:
BEV Registrations in France in June 2015 (source: Avere-France / AAA data)
Plug-in hybrid market growing every month this year:
PHEV Registrations in France in June 2015 (source: Avere-France / AAA data)