Toyota revealed positive sales numbers for European region, were during the first half of 2018 sold some 521,152 cars. Only 0.3% were plug-ins.
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As first sales data comes in for the first half of the year in Europe, the media reports slower growth of the EV market than a year before, but growth is still...
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.
In Europe, growth of plug-in electric car sales continues with healthy pace of 38% in May. In total, some 28,776 car sales translated into 2.0% market share last...
After weaker first quarter, Tesla finally noted 7% growth of Model S/Model X sales in Western Europe during the first five months of this year.
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...
Nissan announced its sales result in Europe for month of May. LEAF was #5 best selling model for the brand with 2,814 sales.
The European plug-in electric car market is expanding at its fastest pace since summer of 2017, as sales increased by 62% year-over-year in April.
Passenger plug-in electric car sales in Europe - European Union and EFTA (Norway, Switzerland) - increased during the first quarter by healthy 40.9% to 88,329...
Toyota's strategic powertrain choice are hybrids - plug-in hybrids are just fraction of sales, especially in Europe.
March turned to be the best month of plug-in electric car sales in Europe ever! In total some 40,936 plug-ins were sold, which is 41% more than year ago at 2.2...
The all-electric car sales in Western Europe have a strong new leader as Nissan LEAF sales went through the roof in Norway.
Porsche achieved the best first quarter in its history, delivering some 63,500 cars and the new Panamera become the fastest growing model (up 200% year-over-year).
Nissan shows no signs of slowing down. The automaker sold unprecedented number of LEAFs in Europe - more than 6,500 in March, after 3,766 in February.
New registrations of passenger plug-in electric cars in Europe increased in February by 39% to some 22,417 units at 1.9% market share.
Nissan LEAF is on track to become one of the best selling electric car this year with very strong numbers in February - more than 8,000 sales.
More than 287,000 passenger plug-in electric cars were sold in the European Union and EFTA (Norway, Switzerland) in 2017 with Norway first again.
The other hot segment is SUVs. That means the right thing to do is to introduce plug-in SUVs and catch onto both waves at once, right?
The European plug-in electric car market is booming with some 25,808 sales reported in January at growth of 36% year-over-year, but there's more to the story.
Volkswagen e-Golf surprised us with its January sales in Western Europe - not that much by total result - but that it managed to outsell all other BEVs.
Almost 150,000 new all-electric cars were sold in 2017 in Europe, which is 43.9% more than year ago when sales barely exceeded 100,000.
Europe completed the full year of 2017 with plug-in electric car sales growth (year-over-year), although December failed to beat the 2015 rush for cars before...