According to EagleAID, in July some 11,800 all-electric cars were sold in Western Europe, which is 39.5% more than one year ago.
When breaking down sales of all-electric cars in Western Europe (first half of 2018), it turns out that about every second BEV is in the lower-medium segment.
Thanks to rapid growth of sales, Tesla is now beginning to overtaking other car brands that doesn't have such ability to grow.
After the first five months of the year, the British market, with a big advantage, remains the top market for plug-in hybrid models in Europe.
It didn't take long after the second-generation Nissan LEAF entered the European market in February for it to take the lead among all-electric cars in Europe. It...
The all-electric car sales in Western Europe have a strong new leader as Nissan LEAF sales went through the roof in Norway.
Sales of all-electric cars in Western Europe reached a new all-time record of 32,700 in the first quarter, and 15,102 in March.
EagleAID reports that June is second month in a row of decreasing BEVs sales in Western Europe as Europe's "demand has lurched into reverse".
PHEVs are now more popular than BEVs in Western Europe taking 52% of the plug-in segment over the first 5 months of 2016
All-electric car sales in Western Europe decreased slightly in May (-0.7%) year-over-year to around 5,800.
Sales of all-electric cars in Western Europe increased in April by 9.9% from 6,644 to 7,300.
All-electric car sales in Western Europe hit its highest ever result in March of 11,935!
Tesla Model S outsold Mercedes-Benz S Class in Western Europe 15,787 to 14,990.
Pure electric car sales increased in Western Europe in February by 37.7% year-over-year according to EagleAID.
EagleAID, in one of its recent reports, noted that first-time registrations of all-electric cars in Western Europe went up by two-thirds in April and YTD by 58.1%.
Searching for another pothole in electric car adoption, EagleAID found that sales in Norway stabilized, a situation that EagleAID presents negatively.