|Starting to make itself noticed|
Surprise Leader Edition
A new record was set this January in Belgium, with 311 EV's sold, which is three(!) times more registrations than January '13, with such a positive start, it seems that this market is heading for a brilliant 2015. Fingers crossed...
Looking at the monthly ranking, there is a surprise in the Top Spot, with the Nissan Leaf leading the way for the first time since...May 2013. Yep, the Best-Selling plug-in across the world and currently known as the Golden Standard of electric cars
In a different angle, the VW e-Golf and Renault Zoe started the year with the wrong
In the manufacturers ranking, BMW (24% Share) started in the lead, followed by Porsche (20%), while in Third we have Nissan, with 17% share.
|2||Porsche Cayenne Plug-In||48||48||15||14|
|3||Tesla Model S||45||45||14||1|
|6||Volvo V60 Plug-In||26||26||8||6|
|7||Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV||18||18||6||5|
|8||Porsche Panamera Plug-In||14||14||4||3|
|10||Audi A3 e-Tron||8||8||3||15|
Ford Focus Electric
Nissan e-NV200 / Evalia
* - 16 Bev + 23 Rex
The eGolf and the Zoe are really bad. The overall market share is 0.65% thats ok.ReplyDelete