Plug-In EV Car Market Share In Sweden Increased To 13% In January

FEB 15 2019 BY MARK KANE 5

Rate of growth in Sweden accelerated to 53%

Sweden is consistently striving to higher plug-in car market share, which in January amounted to roughly 13%.

Passenger plug-in car registrations increased by 53% to 2,665, which is pretty awesome, especially when the general market again shrunk by 11%.

Interestingly, all-electric car sales went up four times, while plug-in hybrids barely moved up by 2%.

Plug-in electric car sales in Sweden

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (465) was the best selling model, but Kia Niro catches our attention with 285 PHEV and 175 EV.

Source: EV Sales Blog

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There’s a new tax system for cars in Sweden since last year. Combined with better supply of cars is what’s happening.

Well, they’re doing something right. Cities with no car pollution and less noise pollution: Heaven on Earth.

Clean and quiet… the future is very bright! I can’t wait to get there.

Interesting and rather ironic that EV sales in Sweden almost parallel exactly the # of rapes and violence attributed to Open Borders Policies of the E.U. On the same timeline, Locals have reported a DECREASE in the quality of Life in Sweden as compared to the same time period prior to the E.U.’s opening of the borders in subsequent Member states…

I wonder how the TM3 will rank in Feburary on the list.