The Netherlands experienced a stunning 31% market share of plug-in electric car sales for the month of December.
December, the last month before changes of BIK for BEVs in the Netherlands, brings unusual car sales results. Jaguar I-PACE registrations surged to a record high.
Last year, 28% of gasoline car drivers and 46% diesel car drivers received speeding tickets, while in case of plug-ins it was the majority of drivers.
VDL Bus & Coach secured another significant electric bus order in Amsterdam, which once hinted at a plan to replace all diesel buses by 2025.
DAF Trucks has delivered its first fully electric CF Electric truck, introduced this summer, to Dutch supermarket chain Jumbo.
In total, 3,499 new plug-in cars were registered in the Netherlands, which translated into a growth rate of 221% year-over-year.
But the automaker that delivered the most electric cars seems to be Tesla - 736 registrations (428 Model S and 308 Model X).
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Plug-in car sales in the Netherlands are growing this year so quickly that it's hard to find a faster-expanding market.
Jaguar is finally increasing the deliveries of the I-PACE to the Netherlands where the importer waits for 3,500 units in 2018.
A Tesla Model S taxi driver in the Netherlands won a court case to continue use of local Supercharging station for free, despite Tesla wanting to limit his access.
Good news coming from the Netherlands where Fastned reports very high growth rate of its business and operational break even.
In September 2018, sales of plug-in electric cars in the Netherlands reached 2,796, which is some 150% more than a year ago.
Netherlands could become the first member of the European Union where the diesel car market share will be lower than Alternative Fuelled Vehicles.
The Netherlands isnow a very important for Tesla in Europe, as the country accounted for 40% of S and X sold in Western Europe last month.
Take that Norway. The Netherlands just became the #1 market for Tesla Model S in all of Europe.
Importer of Jaguar in the Netherlands decided to increase the number of assigned I-PACE from 2,000 to 3,500 to avoid the higher BiK tax rate next year.
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The Netherlands closes first half of the year at high gains of plug-in electric car sales - 131% year-over-year at average market share of 3.6%.