|The new Top Dog|
200 EV's were sold, which is is an increase of 12% in registrations regarding the same month last year, these numbers were expected to be higher, but then again, you can't always have record editions...
Looking at the models ranking, there is a new leader, the Porsche Cayenne Plug-In registered 53 units (Personal Best) and rose to #1, dropping to Second the Nissan Leaf, which is back to normal (17 sales), the BMW i3 also climbed one position, it is now #3, changing positions with the Model S.
Next is another BMW, the i8 continues in #5, but the Mitsu Outlander PHEV (21 registrations) is on recovery mode and along with the Cayenne, it's surfing the Plug-in Hybrid SUV wave, it is now #6 but i wouldn't be surprised if the Mitsu Star would be Fifth next month.
The Audi A3 e-Tron also had a good month (15 units), climbing to #9, with Mercedes landing (5 units) their S500 Plug-In vessel.
In the manufacturers ranking, Porsche in now on the lead (25% Share), followed by BMW (23%), while in a distant Third we have Nissan, with 14% share.
|1||Porsche Cayenne Plug-In||53||101||20||14|
|3||BMW i3 *||25||64||13||2|
|4||Tesla Model S||16||61||12||1|
|6||Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV||21||39||8||5|
|7||Volvo V60 Plug-In||5||31||6||6|
|8||Porsche Panamera Plug-In||11||25||5||3|
|9||Audi A3 e-Tron||15||23||5||15|
Mercedes S500 Plug-In e)
Ford Focus Electric
Nissan e-NV200 / Evalia
Kia Soul EV
* - 10 Bev + 15 Rex
Hello José, I think the TOTAL is 208 no?ReplyDelete
Also, the BMW i3 sold 25 and the Mitsu Outlander PHEV 26 so I guess they should be on 3 and 2 in the ranking?ReplyDelete
The numbers are now correct, as for the positions in the ranking, they regard to the YTD sales and not to the monthly basis.Delete