|I guess footballers in Belgium are really into plug-ins...|
Thanks to the precious contribution of our reader Piet, we have the EV ranking in Belgium.
A record 178 plug-ins were sold in February, with an EV Share of 0,36%, a good departure from the 0,17% that we had in 2013.
In a fragmented market, where the YTD leader has just 20% share, changes are commonplace, this month the BMW i3 jumped out of nowhere to win the Best Seller Title with 41 units, followed closely by the Tesla Model S (34 units) and the surprise Panamera Plug-In, #3 in February (31 units) and leader in the YTD ranking, making Belgium the first market where Porsche is the Best Selling EV Manufacturer. Who would image a couple of years ago that the words "Porsche", "Electric" and "Best-Seller" would be written in the same sentence?
Looking at the rest of the YTD brands ranking, last year winner, Renault, vanished from the map (#6 with 8% share), while BMW climbed from 4% in '13 to 17% share, enough to grant it the Bronze medal, behind Tesla (19%) and Porsche (20%).
|2||Tesla Model S||34||55||19||2|
|3||Porsche Panamera Plug-In||31||60||20||12|
|4||Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV||22||27||9||19|
|5||Volvo V60 Plug-In||17||38||13||1|
|8||Smart Fortwo ED||7||10||3||6|
|10||Renault Fluence ZE||1||1||0||11|
Toyota Prius Plug-In
Source: febiac.be; Manufacturers
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