|"Keeping people happy until Gen2 arrives" - Seems to be Volt primary goal now|
Models - The
The 23.429 plug-ins sold last month represent a 37% jump regarding last year and with YTD sales mounting to 55.857, sales are going in the right direction for some 250.000-plus sales at the end of the year.
Looking further down the ranking, the Outlander is now Third surpassed by the aforementioned Model S, while behind it the Chevy Volt and Prius Plug-In are fighting sale-by-sale for #4, with the japanese winning in March by 9 units (1.739 vs 1730), but the american is still in the lead in the YTD chart by 41 units.
Behind these, we see another position race looming, with the #6 BYD Qin being chased by the #7 Ford Fusion Energi and #8 BMW i3, with this last one starting to be sold in the US in April, BYD has to increase sales if it wants to keep its position.
Finally, the fight for #9 is also interesting, with the Ford C-Max, Volvo V60 Plug-In and the #11 VW e-Up! separated by just 60 units in the YTD ranking.
|2||Tesla Model S||3.804||6.907||13||3|
|3||Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV||2.091||5.823||10||5|
|4||Chevrolet Volt (1)||1.730||4.160||7||2|
|5||Toyota Prius Plug-In||1.739||4.119||7||3|
|7||Ford Fusion Energi||909||2.261||4||9|
|9||Ford C-Max Energi||625||1.678||3||8|
|10||Volvo V60 Plug-In||657||1.670||3||7|
Manufacturers - Mitsubishi holds on to #2
In the Manufacturers ranking, Mitsubishi benefits from the extended range to resist to Tesla's good month and secure the YTD #2.
Further down the ranking, this time it was Chevrolet to win the #4 place at the expense of Ford, at #7 BYD continues to improve with yet another record month (Now at 1.132 units/month), just like BMW (903 units), while Volvo secures its #10 position from Volkswagen (#11 with 671 units in March and 1.618 YTD).
Questions for April
1 - Which model will be #4? And #6? And #9?
2 - Who will improve their sales records?
3 - Can Tesla reach #3?
4 - Which manufacturer will be #4?
5 - Can the #10 Volvo resist to the upcoming VW assault?