Plug-in car electric sales results in Europe looks interesting when instead of volume we compare market share. Take a look.
Tag: sales September 2018
According to the latest data from the ACEA, in the first nine months of 2018, total passenger plug-in car registrations are way up in Europe.
Tesla has knocked the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance out of the #1 spot to become the top seller of plug-in electric cars worldwide this year.
The most popular model in September was the Tesla Model 3 with a record of nearly 23,600 sales and almost 12% of the total plug-in car volume.
The best-selling model in Europe is the Nissan LEAF with 4,596 units and a big advantage for the year, but surprisingly the Tesla Model S is in second.
Portugal witnessed a plug-in electric car market share surge to 5.4% in September. That translates to 1 new plug-in car for less than every 20 new cars sold.
In September Tesla sold more cars in Europe than Lexus. In 2019, when the Model 3 launches there, it will be no contest between the 2 makes.
In September, over 100,000 plug-in electric cars were sold in China, which is 66% more than a year ago, at 5.2% market share.
Nissan finally significantly increased sales of the new LEAF in Europe to in September and sold close to 10,000 globally last month.
For September 2018, Hyundai reports record sales of 4,984 plug-in electric cars, which is 93% more than a year ago and finally Kona Electric sales are climbing.
Renault sold around 3,900 all-electric cars in September (up year-over-year by 41%) and the ZOE is finally gaining some new sales traction.
The new Chinese all-electric car manufacturer - NIO - happily announced that in September it delivered 1,766 ES8 SUVs, an electric 7-seater.
Septmeber bring a new record of plug-in electric car sales for BMW Group. German manufacturer reports 14,500 delivered at annual growth rate of 35%.
Not only Jaguar, also Porsche is not able to keep pace with Tesla any more. During Q3'2018, Tesla sold 26% more cars than Porsche.
In total, 4,719 new passenger plug-in cars were registered in September in Germany, which was 12% less than a year ago, but market share improved substantially.
In September 2018, sales of plug-in electric cars in France amounted to 4,561, which is some 10.8% more than a year ago.
The flow of Jaguar I-PACE finally reached a decent volume in September. 710 I-PACE were sold globally last month, which is 3.7% of the total Jaguar volume.
Plug-in electric car sales in Canada are estimated at about 4,396 for September, which translates to year-over-year growth of 93% at a market share of over 2.5%.
In September, more than 75% (3:1) sales of plug-in electric cars in the U.S. were BEVs. The most recent ramp-up of Tesla Model 3 pushed BEVs way ahead of PHEVs.
In September 2018, sales of plug-in electric cars in the Netherlands reached 2,796, which is some 150% more than a year ago.
Tesla Model 3 surged so much in September that it became the #13 best-selling vehicle in the U.S., including trucks and SUVs.
General plug-in electric car sales for the first time in U.S. history exceeded 3% market share, almost touching 3.1%.
Thanks to nearly 45,000 plug-in cars sold in September, cumulative sales of reached one million units, including over 230,000 so far this year.