Leaf back at #1
There were 26 EV's sold last month, mounting the full year numbers to 54 units, which is a bit of an anti-climax, because although sales are up 46% regarding last year, i hoped that with the new 4.500 euro government grant, sales would skyrocket and put this market among the stars of this year. It doesn't seem to be the case.
Looking at the models ranking, the two electric stars of the Renault-Nissan Alliance cars (Leaf and Zoe) benefited the most with the subsidy, with the japanese dethroning the BMW i3 from the leadership and the french car reaching the Third spot.
A final reference to the Opel Ampera, it has sold in February 2 units, which the same amount of sales it had in the whole of 2014...
Mit. Outlander PHEV e)
one EV sold every february day...It could be worseReplyDelete
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I don't see any Tesla on the list but I've seen them on the streets... w/ portuguese plate from 2/15.ReplyDelete
Hmmm...It seems that Tesla is once again sneakingly importing cars off the radar.Delete
Hardly any sneaking at all... For Tesla, numbers can be provided by zeev.pt at least. We do wonder were those accurate ACAP's numbers are sourced from as Mercedes-Benz and Porsche have been selling cars and they never appear in the charts. All data should come from IMTT, after all they issue the number plates...ReplyDelete
Zeev is to be trusted? From them I've heard different numbers... Depends to whom they talk I supposeReplyDelete