Comparing the ranking below with the current Status Quo
, one can see the decreasing importance of both GM and Toyota, Third and Fourth in cumulative sales, but only #9 and #12 this year, if The General
is waiting for the 2nd Volt and the near future Bolt to return to the first places, Toyota on the other hand is losing a lot of time preparing the next year Prius, with the Plug-in version even further distanced in time, it risks to be outdated right from the launch.
Tesla, BYD and BMW all show good improvements this year regarding their historic record, but the real performer is the Volkswagen Group, only #10 in the All Time ranking, but #2 this year, with 14.000 * of their 24.000 units being sold between January and April of this year.
|10. Volkswagen Group||24,140 ||3|
|All time EV Numbers until April 30th, 2015|
* - 9k from Volkswagen, 3k from Audi and 2k from Porsche
How about pure EVs?ReplyDelete
If only pure EV's were counted, the ranking would be:Delete
1 - Renault-Nissan (241k);
2 - Tesla (71k);
3 - Mitsubishi (36k);
4 - Geely Group (25k);
5 - Chery (23k);
6 - BMW (22k - Including i3 Rex);
7 - Daimler (18k);
8 - Volkswagen Group (16k);
9 - BAIC (10k);
10- BYD (9.5k).
and Nissan, & Renault individually?ReplyDelete
Hey, it's automotive GROUPS :)Delete
But I think it's more or less Nissan 200k / Renault 40k
Actually, it's more Renault 65k and Nissan 176k.Delete