Electric vehicle sales in Europe for June 2019

29 July 2019, 10:05:26

Electric vehicle sales in Europe for June 2019The EV Sales blog has published the monthly stats for Europe. The findings show trends that are observed in other markets such as China, for example. PHEV sales drop, while BEV sales are on the rise. In Europe, for the month of June, PHEVs had a drop of 38% YoY, while BEV sales increased by 98% YoY with 34,000 deliveries for the month.

In terms of model-specific stats, an interesting find is that despite the Tesla Model 3 is winning big, it stimulates the sales of other BEV models as they have not lost market share at all. More specifically, the Model 3 comes first with 11,604 deliveries in June and that comes mainly from four countries - the Netherlands, Norway, Germany and France.

Renault Zoe is second despite the fact that an updated version is just a few months away. It still registers strong growth by 43% and 4,881 deliveries in June. The third place is for the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV with 3,580 registrations which is an increase by 67%. BMW i3 comes fourth with 2,520 units delivered last month with main markets being Germany, the UK, and Norway. Surprisingly, Volkswagen e-Golf manages to take the fifth place with a 55% YoY increase and 2,246 units delivered in June.

Nissan Leaf is losing two spots in two months as per the report. Jaguar I-Pace manages to take the 10th place and Audi e-tron is steadily climbing up. Source

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