Here are the leaders in each class:
A-Segment / City cars - Chery eQ. Benefiting from the BAIC EC-Series debacle, the Chery is back on top. But the rising SAIC Baojun E-Series is less than 1.500 units behind...
B-Segment / Subcompacts - Renault Zoe. The French hatchback is going from strength to strength, leaving the BMW i3 rival far behind;
C-Segment / Compacts - BAIC EU-Series. Shock! Horror! The Nissan Leaf was cornered by a Chinese model! From BAIC!
D-Segment / Midsize - Tesla Model 3. By a landslide.
E/F-Segment / Fullsize - BMW 530e/Le. Maybe the greatest surprise of the year. BMW should thank China sales and the Model 3 (for stealing sales from the older and larger Model S);
CUV / SUV
B/C-Segment - BYD Yuan EV. The Hyundai Kona EV is on the rise, but still only has half of sales.
D-Segment - Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV. Now that the rival BYD Tang PHEV is licking the end-of-incentives wounds, the Japanese SUV should take the time to win the 2019 trophy;
E/F-Segment - Tesla Model X. Still king of the category, but the runner-up Audi e-Tron is stepping up the pace. An interesting race in 2020?
MPV - BMW 225xe Active Tourer. At 8.500 units, one can't really say it is a hot seller, but is enough to beat the (few) competitors, namely the Chinese.
Sports Cars - Basically, everything is the same as before. BMW i8 is the sole significant representative, at little less than 2.000 units. The 2nd placed Quiantu Q50 registered 121 units...
LCV - Renault Kangoo ZE, with over 5.000 units. Despite not being the last word on technology (it doesn't have fast-charging...), the strength of the brand is keeping it in front.
Pickup Truck - Dongfeng Rich EV. No competition whatsoever make it the king of pick-ups, with just 217 units in 2019...Expect big changes in 2020.