New incentives dried up quickly and will not help much.
Passenger car registrations in the Netherlands were still in the ed in June 2020, down by 39% year-over-year, and even plug-ins were not able to fully recover.
The total number of new plug-ins was 3,945 (down 13% year-over-year). Because the decline was relatively small, the market share actually improved to 16% (including 11% all-electric cars).
During the first half of the year, over 20,000 new plug-ins were registered, about on par with H1 2019, at the average market share of 13%.
Plug-in electric car sales in the Netherlands – June 2020
Because the new incentives for BEVs had a pretty small budget, they dried up within a week or so.
The EV Sales Blog's rank reveals also strong results from plug-in hybrid Volvo XC40 (374 and 953 YTD) and decent from Ford Kuga PHEV (164 and 469 YTD).
Top 20 for the year: