Over 45,000 All-Electric Cars Sold In Europe In First Half Of 2015
Roughly 110,000 all-electric cars were sold in the first six months of this year worldwide, according to L’Avere-France.
Over 45,000 of those were bought in Europe, the largest BEV market worldwide currently, while nearly 36,000 were sold in the US, over 17,000 in China and 9,600 in Japan.
Sales for Europe were detailed by country (Top 10) in the above graph with Norway taking (as always) the first spot with 14,000. France secured second place exceeding 10,000 and in third is Germany ahead of the UK, Netherlands and Switzerland.
Every market in Europe is rising in terms of BEV sales.
Nissan LEAF (8,797), Renault ZOE (8,468) and Tesla Model S (7,166) were the best selling models.
There is also a separate rank for brands – in European Union and US: Nissan and Renault rule in Europe, where VW overtakes Tesla. On the other hand, in the US, Tesla leads Nissan, and is far ahead of BMW and others.