|Because it got there first (2010), the Mitsu I-Miev is still the most common EV in Australia|
Growing Trend Edition
The third quarter australian sales data became available and there are two numbers that translate accurately the status of electric cars there: 0,026% and 117%.
The first number is the aussie EV share, with just 237 sales this year, plug-ins are a
The second refers to their growth rate regarding a year ago, in isolation it's a healthy sign for electric cars future here, but then again, high growth rates with such a small base are not that meaningful....
Modelswise, the Nissan Leaf continues at #1 with 118 units sold, doubling sales from a year ago.
The Holden Volt is second with 89 units sold, failing to reach the Leaf's top spot, improving share to 40%.
Finally, in third, the Mitsubishi I-Miev closes the podium without much perspectives of improvement.
|Mitsubishi I-Miev e)||30||45|
e) - Estimate