Over 50,000 All-Electric Cars Sold In Europe In The First Half Of 2016, Sales Leaderboard
More than 50,000 all-electric cars were registered in the first half of this year in Europe.
Avere-France puts the Europe total at 50,705, which is 11% higher than a year ago.
Market share for BEVs in Europe now stands at 0.56%.
For the first time France become #1 market at 15,068, ahead of Norway, which fell back to 12,216, thanks to a surging PHEV segment balancing the market.
Third place continue to be the UK (5,609), a few hundred above Germany (5,265).
Then we have
- Austria – 2,159
- Netherlands – 2,012
- Sweden – 1572
- Switzerland – 1,523
- Spain – 1,456
- Belgium – 1,160
- Italy – 916
- Denmark – 271
- rest of the Europe – 1,478
Among best selling models (data comes from EAFO) we see the Renault ZOE in #1. Second is the Nissan LEAF and third best goes to the Tesla Model S.