All-electric car sales results from Western Europe reveal that in January 2019 two established brands noted electric car share above 10% of total volume.
Tag: sales January 2019
Registrations of passenger plug-in electric cars in Europe noted one of the better results in January - over 33,400 at 2.8% market share.
Plug-in electric car sales around the world increased at a healthy pace of 83% year-over-year, reaching in January over 153,000 sold.
NIO, just like many other manufacturers, began the year 2019 with a moderate sales result of 1,803 ES8 in January in China.
There is no slowdown of plug-in electric car sales in China. In January EVs increased 175% year-over-year.
Hyundai noted a fast pace of growth of plug-in electric car sales, which in January amounted to a 88% rise. But there's a growing demand issue and lack of supply...
The year 2019 began in Germany with 6,767 new passenger plug-in electric car registrations, which is 20% more than a year ago.
BMW Group‘s plug-in electric car sales in January amounted to just 7,234, which is the lowest result in the past 12 months.
Sweden is consistently striving to higher plug-in car market share, which in January amounted to roughly 13%. Passenger plug-in car registrations increased by 53%.
France began the new year with strong growth of plug-in electric car sales. The number of plug-in registrations increased to 4,724.
Veloz estimates that plug-in electric car sales in California increased in January by 53% year-over-year, which outpaced the rest of the U.S. (43%).
In January. Tesla registered so far the biggest batch of European Model 3 in the Netherlands - 40 units (compared to 17 in Norway).
Sales of plug-in electric BMW and MINI in the U.S. decreased in January 2019, but we guess that after the slow down, new models will enable a return to growth.
In January, the overall plug-in electric market in UK increased by 8.5% to 3,602 new registrations at a market share of over 2.2%
The Tesla Model 3 now has higher cumulative sales than the Tesla Model S. Only one car has higher U.S. sales, the Chevy Volt. Looks like the Model 3 will pass it...