Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Germany November 2013 (Updated)

Porsche 918

Slow Lane Edition

With 721 plug-ins sold in November, the german market still hasn't embraced EV's the way one would expect, now that the german manufacturers are joining the plug-in bandwagon. True, this was the second best month ever and the EV share rose to 0,22%, but the growth rate is disappointing.

The BMW i3 (121 units sold) is still stuck on the one hundreds, just like the the Zoe, while the Nissan Leaf and Tesla Model S fail to impress. The only to register decent sales is the Good Old Smart, with 298 units, making it also the best seller of the month.

In the brands ranking things are pretty tight between Renault (30% share) and Smart (31% share), with Smart taking the lead for the moment.

PlGermanyNov.YTD%'12Pl
1Smart Fortwo ED2981.846317
2Renault Zoe11494716N/A
3Renault Twizy 25806131
4Nissan Leaf44805135
5BMW i31214698N/A
6Opel Ampera1731852
7Citröen C-Zero427654
8Tesla Model S611543N/A
9Mitsubishi I-Miev18919
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Volkswagen e-Up! e)
Renault Fluence ZE
Volvo V60 Plug-In e)
Peugeot iOn
Ford Focus Electric
Chevrolet Volt
Porsche Panamera S E. e)
75
5
20

8
4
4
75
56
53
41
30
25
8
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
N/A
6
N/A
8
N/A
13
N/A

TOTAL8025.999100

e) estimate

Source: kba.de; goingelectric.de

6 comments:

  1. have you tried to count total european bmw i3 for november?

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    1. That number and many more will be available on the "Europe" post, to be published in the next few days. For now, the i3 it's on the 300's.

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  2. And no e-Up in Germany ?

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  3. I was wondering if new Smart (ED) implemented in Daimler Car2go car sharing are registered as cas sales?

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    1. I can say "Yes" with 90% certainty.

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