Almost every second plug-in electric car sold in 2017 was produced by Chinese brands. Germany and U.S. were 2nd and 3rd behind China.
The year 2017 was yet another record-setter for sales of plug-in electric cars worldwide. Which models and brands took top honors? Click to find out.
Through the end of November 2017 we are certain that the world's fleet of plug-in electric cars exceeded a level of 3 million. 5 million expected by end of next...
Plug-in electric car sales are booming worldwide with growth rate of 72% in November 2017 to a new all-time record of around 141,000!
Plug-in EVs are the quickest growing branch of automotive industry. In the third quarter, sales increased by 63% to more than 287,000
In October, plug-in electric car sales nearly hit a new record. EV Sales Blog estimates almost 121,000 deliveries, which is 84% more than year ago.
Plug-in electric vehicle sales increased in September by a healthy 55%, to some 122,860 deliveries, bringing the 9 month total to 766,000
August was one of the best months for EV sales ever, as almost 103,000 units were delivered, which was up 64% from a year ago.
In July, some 88,000 plug-in electric cars were sold in the world, which is 40% more than year ago. YTD global EV sales stand at roughly 545,000.
The biggest plug-in electric car supplier so far this year is the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Group, which at nearly 62,000 holds 14% share.
June was one of the best plug-in sales months ever, for second time in history over 100,000 EVs sold, eclipsing 1% global market share for the first time!
Worldwide plug-in electric car sales gained momentum in May, as nearly 89,000 were delivered, which is up a very strong 59% more than a year ago.
Nearly 259,000 plug-in electric cars were sold in the first four months of this year, which is 36% more than year ago. In April sales amounted 68,000.
Worldwide plug-in car sales increased in March by roughly 50%, to nearly 91,000 units overall, setting the stage for the all-time record (103k) to fall soon
Plug-in car sales return to solid growth in February after a fragile improvements in January. More than 50,000 sales worldwide translates to growth of 33%
Strong growth in the US and Europe meant that plug-in electric car sales grew by 2% year-over-year to 39,380 in January, despite a big downturn in China.
December was record month for plug-in EV sales as 103,527 were sold worldwide (up 20% year-over-year), total sales last year amounted to 774,384.
About 79,000 plug-in electric cars were sold in November (up 39% year-over-year). November highlights the strengthening of Chinese plug-ins.
In October, nearly 64,000 plug-in cars were sold worldwide (up 23%). Flush with new offerings, BMW has also passed Nissan as the 3rd largest maker
Year to date electric vehicles sales crossed the 500,000 mark globally in September, and with a strong month, the worldwide leader is now the Tesla Model S
The Nissan LEAF is still the number one selling EV, rapidly approaching the quarter million mark for sales, while the Tesla Model S sits solidly in 2nd.
Plug-in electric car sales continue to grow worldwide at a strong double-digit pace - in July the growth amounted to some 63% year-over-year
67,000 plug-in electric cars were sold in June worldwide, which translates to growth of about 57% year-over-year.