Here is an update to the table:
Number of EV's sold by type of Fast Charging protocol
Tesla SC outsells CCS and Chademo in 2017
As one can see, all fast-charging standards had a great 2017, with Chademo leading, thanks to the surging Japanese sales of the Prius PHEV and Korean sales of the Ioniq BEV, while CCS is having a significant boost, as BMW i3, Chevrolet Bolt, VW e-Golf and Hyundai Ioniq Electric are all adding volume to their sales. On the other hand, most brands behind it are still focused on plug-in hybrids, that don't include fast-charging.
2018 will be an all important year in the race between Chademo and CCS, as the new Nissan Leaf will defend Chademo's lead over the rising CCS-Armada of BEV's.
Finally, while the Tesla SC is not intended to fight the other two, the truth is that strong sales of the Tesla brand made it the best selling Fast-charging protocol, increasing its lead over the CCS and with the ever-expanding network, top-of-the-range charging abilities and the undisclosed numbers of the popular Model 3 being added in the following years, expect the Tesla SC to remain a popular fast charging standard in the next decades.
What about GB/T?ReplyDelete
For the number of CHAdeMO EVs/PHVs,
Toyota Prius PHV (Japan): 26,734
Hyundai Ioniq EV (S.Korea): 7,842
Kia Soul EV(S.K., USA, Eur.): 2,923
Those already add up to 116,095.
Add Peugeot, Citroën and Mahindra and the number should well exceed 120,000 ...and, Tesla EVs are also CHAdeMO-compatible.
Hyundai Ioniq EV charging with CHAdeMO in South Korea:ReplyDelete
Have it really been sold only 3k cars with CHAdeMO in the last quater?ReplyDelete
agree, what about GB/T, it is now the dominant standard, cars will primarily be designed for GB/T and then modified for their secondary markets.ReplyDelete
Also does the Chademo exclude USA Toyota Prius Prime?
Does the CCS exclude Korean Hyundai Ionic, as they were Chademo?
and yes, Tesla currently supports both GBT and Chademo in addition to the default Supercharger, I expect in the future they will also support CCS, but for now, they also represent optional Chademo usage.
Thanks for the input, ppl!ReplyDelete
Among other details, i didn't knew the Ioniq BEV was Chademo-based in SK.
Will change the numbers in order to reflect the new data.
Chademo outlet is optional on the Prius Prime in Japan, I higly doubt it's a popular option.ReplyDelete
The Chademo port has been removed on the Outlander PHEV (except in Japan?).
Any way, there should be some distinction between BEVs and short range PHEVs. A bunch of outlanders with a Chademo plug doesn't say much really...
Also the Ioniq in SK is CCS.
And 67% of all EVs sold in SK last year had CCS.
But it's not like it matters much, South Korea, Europe and America among others has settled for CCS.
So it's basically one standard for Japan, one for China, one for Tesla and one for the rest of the world.
CHAdeMO is a global standard, recognized by IEC, ISO and IEEE. More than 90% of Prius PHVs in Japan are fitted with CHAdeMO. All Outlander PHEVs can be fitted with CHAdeMO...a standard option in many countries. And I don't think you know anything about the real situation in S.K. Have you ever visited S.K.? So please don't spread the fake news.Delete
2017 Ionic was Chademo in SK, its in the manualReplyDelete
https://carmanuals2.com/get/hyundai-ioniq-electric-2017-owner-s-manual-101276 page H13
its also CCS in EU
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is Chademo in USA
Japanese Prius prime Chademo is standard in 2 trims, optional in 1.
big jump in Japan 2017
has this link
Chademo claims 770000. Who's right ?ReplyDelete
Do you have link?Delete
but I am skeptical about their statements. Maybe count they Tesla whith Chademo adapters ?