Tesla Model 3 this time was behind the Renault ZOE, BMW i3 and Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV
Plug-in electric car sales in Germany continue to grow in April at a healthy pace of 34% year-over-year to 7,771 new passenger registrations (2nd best result after the record in March), which is good for 2.5% market share.
All-electric cars are selling better than plug-in hybrids, but PHEVs finally seem to be returning to growth after finding rock bottom in post-NEDC/WLTP reality.
- BEVs: 4,768 – up 50% at ≈1.53% market share
- PHEVs: 3,003 – up 14% at ≈0.97% market share
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Plug-in electric car registrations in Germany – April 2019
In April, Renault ZOE was the top-selling model with 936 new registrations, followed by BMW i3 (734, including 28 REx), Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (663) and Tesla Model 3 (514) and Volkswagen e-Golf (489).
Several other models:
The number of registrations of the StreetScooter commercial electric vans was 108 (491 YTD).