Renault Electric Car Sales Increased By 58% In April

MAY 19 2018 BY MARK KANE 6

Sales of all-electric Renaults increased in April by a strong 58% year-over-year, which is the fastest growth since the summer of 2017.

In total, more than 3,050 ZOE and Kangoo Z.E. were sold, which is around 1.6% of all Renault sales last month (in Europe, where most of the sales occurred, it’s around 2.8%).

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Sales of both Renault ZOE and Renault Kangoo Z.E. were very high:

  • Renault ZOE – 2,632 (up 56%)
  • Renault Kangoo Z.E. – 421 (up 69%)

There’s never been a stronger April for Renault EV sales.

Renault electric car sales – April 2018

For the first four months of 2018, Renault sold over 13,700 electric cars (up 15% year-over-year).

Since 2011, some 140,000 all-electric Renaults (excluding Twizy) are circulating on the roads.

Renault electric car sales – April 2018

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6 Comments on "Renault Electric Car Sales Increased By 58% In April"

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offib

But how much is the Twizy selling anyways?

wavelet

Negligible numbers. Globally.

John Doe

Too expensive – but fun to drive.
If I lived in a fairly dry climate, and wanted a “car to just zip to the university or work, it would be cool. Price should probably be 25% lower though.

Birger

Good work from Renault. I hope this continues and gives them incentives to further improve their range of e-vehicles.

Dharmesh Patel

Why aren’t you selling them in Canada

arne-nl

With the release of the Zoe in 2013, Renault took an early lead. But they let it slip and sat on their hands. Now they’re at 2.8% of sales, which is not that much better than the general market in which plug-in share stands at 2.2% (March 2018). A pity, because there is some pretty clever tech in the Zoe.