In the last month, about 3,724 registrations of the Model 3 were counted, which is several hundred more than in the case of the second top car, the Renault ZOE.
Tag: Western Europe
Well, it didn't take long for Tesla to conquer Western Europe with volume deliveries of the Tesla Model 3. In February, Tesla sold the most all-electric cars in...
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.
During the first half of the year, Tesla sold nearly 8,000 Model S in Western Europe, which puts it well ahead of the competion.
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.
When breaking down sales of all-electric cars in Western Europe (first half of 2018), it turns out that about every second BEV is in the lower-medium segment.
After the first five months of the year, the British market, with a big advantage, remains the top market for plug-in hybrid models in Europe.
The all-electric car sales in Western Europe have a strong new leader as Nissan LEAF sales went through the roof in Norway.
While Tesla is ramping up production and deliveries of Model 3, combined sales of its two other cars - Model S and Model X - are decreasing.
After a weaker 2016, year 2017 brought decent growth for all-electric car sales in Western Europe. With around 137,000 registrations, the market expanded by 50%.
Thanks to Outlander PHEV, Mitsubishi is the European leader in PHEV sales.
Tesla has opened its showroom in Ireland. Demand is plenty, and the automaker has substantial backorders to fill. A four month wait may is expected.
Sales of all-electric cars in Western Europe reached a new all-time record of 32,700 in the first quarter, and 15,102 in March.
BMW says that plug-in sales (BMW i and iPerformance) exceeded expectations in July. So much that all the 7, 3 and 2 Series plug-ins now sold out for 2016
EagleAID reports that June is second month in a row of decreasing BEVs sales in Western Europe as Europe's "demand has lurched into reverse".
About 4% of all BMW sales in Western Europe in June were made up of BMW i or BMW iPerformance plug-in vehicles
PHEVs are now more popular than BEVs in Western Europe taking 52% of the plug-in segment over the first 5 months of 2016
All-electric car sales in Western Europe decreased slightly in May (-0.7%) year-over-year to around 5,800.
Sales of all-electric cars in Western Europe increased in April by 9.9% from 6,644 to 7,300.
Tesla Model S outsold Mercedes-Benz S Class in Western Europe 15,787 to 14,990.
Highlights of Western Europe all-electric car sales through 2015.