Springtime Records - Chapter Six
Thank you to Piet for the contribution on this EV ranking.
A new record was set in Belgium, with 252 plug-ins sold in March, increasing the EV Share to 0,37%, a great result considering there's no governmental incentives to buy EV's here.
The Tesla Model S was the winner of the month, with 81 registrations (Personal Best) and #2 in March was the surprising Nissan Leaf, scoring 49 sales, also a personal best, something that the #3 BMW i3 also did, selling 46 units.
There was a leadership change in the YTD ranking, with the Model S climbing to #1, followed by the BMW i3, relegating the former leader Panamera Plug-In to #3.
The Nissan Leaf climbed two positions to #4 and it's now putting pressure on Porsche, while last year leader, the Volvo V60 Plug-In, is in a distant #5.
Looking at the brands ranking, Tesla jumped to #1 with 25% share, followed by BMW (17%) and Porsche (13%).
|1||Tesla Model S||81||136||25||2|
|3||Porsche Panamera Plug-In||13||73||13||12|
|5||Volvo V60 Plug-In||18||56||10||1|
|6||Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV||8||35||6||19|
|10||Smart Fortwo ED||3||13||2||6|
Toyota Prius Plug-In
Renault Fluence ZE
Source: febiac.be; Manufacturers
I guess it's hard to get separate numbers for the i3 BEV and i3 REx?ReplyDelete
Those numbers are impressive compared with last year, which is great news!
As a matter of fact i have, 19 Rex and 27 BEV.Delete
From now on, i'll break down these two versions whenever possible.