Saturday, July 14, 2018

Global June '18 Top 5 - Half game bet


1. Nissan Leaf - 42k
2. BAIC EC-Series - 40k
3. Tesla Model 3 - 27k
4. Toyota Prius PHEV - 25k
5. BYD Qin PHEV - 23k

14 comments:

  1. Aa you guys can see, BAIC stopped EC for some time.

    This means Tesla will catch it in July and take the lead from Leaf in August

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    1. True. With the EC-Series sales stopped until September, the Tesla Model 3 has once again open road for the 2018 title.

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    2. What is the reason?

      Why did BAIC stop deliveries of the EC-Series until September 2018?

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    3. New subsidy rules started in June, with small range EVs losing access to them.

      BAIC is working on a new, longer range version, to arrive in September.

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    4. It's exciting to imagine that China is so serious about electric vehicles that they went so far as to prevent the manufacturer of the country's best-selling EV from gaming the system with short-range electrics...Jose, What is the new range minimum that allows a car to qualify for the subsidy?

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    5. 150 kms, with talks of 200kms for next year.

      https://www.electrive.com/2018/07/08/china-to-sharpen-plug-in-vehicle-policies-further/

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    6. Do you have a link that says BAIC has stop selling the EC-Series? The link just talks about subsidies which I doubt a $23,000 USD car would need much of for people to buy it.

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  2. ev_junkieJuly 14, 2018

    That'S YTD, right ?

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  3. Bloomberg wrote 41 k Tesla 3s until end of June

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    1. 41k units produced, not delivered.

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  4. Interesting, that Model 3 is so high. US is just 15% of worldwide EV market...

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  5. Jose,

    China June 2018 numbers might be interesting.

    Will there be new Plug-In models that sell in high numbers?

    How will the BYD Plug-In models do in June 2018?

    And the SAIC Baojun E100?

    When will you post the China June 2018 numbers?

    Thanks

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    1. The China article will be published this week, just waiting for a few more sources.

      But as spoiler alert, i can tell you that small BEVs had a terrible month, while the Roewe brand shined.

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