Europe has increased plug-in vehicle sales every month so far this year, exceeding 21,000 in May, which is 48% more than year ago.
Tag: EV sales May 2017
Worldwide plug-in electric car sales gained momentum in May, as nearly 89,000 were delivered, which is up a very strong 59% more than a year ago.
The Chevrolet Volt and Bolt were #1 and #2 respectively on the May 2017 sales chart for Canada.
Total sales of the five BYD plug-in models offered in China numbered 6,563 in May, which is the best result so far this year (the good news), but still 27% down...
Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid (aka Prius Prime in the US) set a new sales record last month in Japan. New registrations surged to 5,369.
France increased its overall plug-in EV sales in May by 20%, adding 3,177 registrations last month. Plug-in hybrids set a new record of 881 deliveries
Renault apparently sorted out its handbrake problems in early ZOE 40 Z.E. offerings in April, and returned a strong path of growth in May, delivering 2,454 elect
Germany has become one of the fastest growing plug-in vehicle markets this year, and continued that trend in May with 3,843 new registrations
Norway again shines in May with a strong 31.7% increase of new passenger car registrations to one of the best results ever of 4,339 sales
More than 16,500 EVs were sold in May, pushing the plug-in market share north of 1% in the United States; lead by the Toyota Prius Prime and Chevy Bolt EV
A new all-time record was set for May electric vehicles sales, helped by the hard-charging Toyota Prius Prime, and strong results from Tesla and GM
May's deep EV sales improvement marks the 20th month in a row of gains for plug-in vehicles in the US
The Chevrolet Bolt EV and Chevrolet Volt combined to put more than 10,000 plug-ins cars in dealer stock in May. How did that translate into sales?
One might expect current LEAF sales to be diving ahead of the next gen release, but continued production and huge discounts are keeping the EVs numbers inflated