Plug-in electric car sales in the UK took a break from growth in February as only a minor 6.7% increase was noted last month at 1.9% market share.

It seems that consumers await new all-electric cars. We assumes that most of the European LEAFs went to Norway, and this is why BEV sales plunged in the UK due to a LEAF shortage.

In total, 1,543 new plug-in were registered at 1.9% market share.

  • 355 BEVs (down 26.5 percent year-over-year)
  • 1,190 PHEVs (up 23,3 percent year-over-year)
Overall, British car sales decreased by 2.8% in February (diesel models we're down significantly).

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In March, there will be the usual increase in demand due  to plate-change, so hopefully a new EV record will be set.

Plug-in Electric Car Registrations in UK – February 2018

Plug-in Electric Car Registrations in UK – February 2018