Only BEV's are available for the moment, but nevertheless, they are enough to put the Austrian EV market ahead of last year (507 vs 501 in '14, with BEV and PHEV combined), so this is another market set for growth this year.
The Renault Zoe was the Fourth Monthly Best Seller of the year (The previous were e-Golf, i3 and Leaf), but last years leader is now only #4, one unit behind the #3 e-Golf and not far away from the top two, Leaf and Model S, which are also separated by the minimum margin, so a lot can still happen here.
Looking at the manufacturers ranking, the top spots are also pretty balanced, with Nissan in the lead (21%), followed closely by Tesla (19%) and VW (Also 19%).
|2||Tesla Model S||18||97||19||4|
Smart Fortwo ED
Kia Soul EV
|9||Mercedes B-Class ED||4||17||3||N/A|
|10||Nissan e-NV200 / Evalia||3||11||2||12|
|11||Renault Twizy e)||5||9||2||8|
Here you can't the totals for the BEV and the PHEV: http://www.statistik.gv.at/web_de/static/kfz-neuzulassungen_jaenner_bis_april_2015_080836.xlsxReplyDelete
Among the cars on this list in my opinion we should to report the Volkswagen e-up a compact utility car with four seats and a range of 160 km, which ensure a good autonomy in urban areas. Although the charging time and sales prices are excessive (the selling prices are approximately 27,000 dollars). Congratulations for the blog!ReplyDelete