|Is it just me, or the BMW i3 suits really well in the in dutch landscape?|
With close of 1.000 units sold in October, the V60 Plug-In keeps on improving its performance in the dutch EV market, already outselling the '12 YTD score of the Opel Ampera (2.696 units), but it's not just the swedish wagon that is on fire, the Renault Zoe reached a new personal best score (66 units) and regains the best selling BEV title, while the Mitsubishi I-Miev did its best result EVER in the Netherlands (Fleet deal?) with 41 units.
Two new models landed this month, the BMW i3 registered its first unit, preparing the full-on launch in November, while the Outlander PHEV joined this EV market with a bang (300 units), already reaching #5 in the YTD chart and preparing itself to fight the Volvo V60 for the top spot in the coming months.
All these good news meant a new monthly sales record (1.770 sales) for the dutch EV market and a new jump in the EV share (2,25%), now double of what it it was last year (1,10%).
|Volvo V60 Plug-In e)|
Toyota Prius Plug-In e)
|5||Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV e)||300||300||4||N/A|
|8||Renault Kangoo ZE e)||10||213||3||5|
|9||Tesla Model S||32||211||3||N/A|
|10||Renault Twizy e)||5||113||1||6|
|14||Renault Fluence ZE||9||0||10|
Source: www.autoweek.nl; http://steinbuch.wordpress.com/