During the first seven months of this year some 10,701 electric LCVs were sold in Europe (up 42%). In other words, we could assume that this year some 20,000...
Tag: sales July 2018
The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance remains the top automotive group in terms of plug-in electric car sales (97,695), but Tesla is moving quickly up the chart.
Tesla set a new record of 20,576 sales (estimated), and took first place after the seven months of the year at 91,201.
The Tesla Model 3 is not available in Europe yet, but yet the smallest Tesla already has some effect on a comparison between the U.S. and Europe.
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.
Telsa Model 3 alone outsold all small and midsize luxury vehicles from Infiniti, Volvo, Alfa Romeo, Acura, Jaguar, Audi, Genesis, Lincoln, BMW. Need we continue?
Plug-in electric car sales in China grew in July by 64%. In total, it's estimated that some 75,134 plug-in cars were sold last month.
Sweden is experiencing Norway-like plug-in electric car sales market shares. In July 19% of new car sales were plug-ins.
Take that Norway. The Netherlands just became the #1 market for Tesla Model S in all of Europe.
In July, some 5,617 passenger plug-in electric cars were sold in Germany, which is 33% more than year ago at decent 1.77% market share.
High Nissan LEAF sales in Italy translated to a third consecutive overall sales record in July, as sales tripled year-over-year.
After a record June, in July Hyundai announced 4,143 sales of plug-in electric cars. Thanks to the introduction of the Kona Electric, year-over-year growth is 186%.
BYD doesn't waste its time and is increasing plug-in car sales as much as possible and achieved another monthly record, improving June's result by almost 2,000.
More than 2,000 Nissan LEAFs were sold In Japan last month, as second-generation attracts 75% more customers than year ago.
Sales of plug-in electric cars in UK grows consistently and July in not an exemption. In total, some 4,550 new plug-in cars were registered, which is 26% more...
How's that for the car that Tesla reportedly can't produce in volume? It seems a single Tesla model is able to outsell all Jaguars sold round the globe.
The record share of over 2.1% was achieved thanks to record sales of 29,514 plug-in cars, which is roughly 90% more than a year ago.
A big drop in plug-in hybrid registrations in July brought the overall Norwegian plug-in market down by several percent in July
Here is more detailed look at the Tesla Model 3 and closest competitors in the segment in U.S. In July Model 3 outperformed the rest of automotive industry.
BMW Group noted 7.2% decrease of plug-in electric car sales in July (1,859), although seven-months are positive (up 39.5%).
Tesla increased electric car sales in U.S. by more than four times in July. According to IEVs estimates, last month Tesla deliveries amounted 16,775.