Thursday, March 12, 2020

Switzerland February 2020

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Renault Zoe #1

The Swiss PEV market is up 84% in 2020, by registering 3.006 units, with the PEV share now at 8% (5,5% last year), with BEVs representing 52% of plugin sales.

This beggining of the year witnesses the strong start of the Renault Zoe, registering already 477 units, but the Tesla Model 3 is the runner-up, and with March around the corner, the high tide should propel it to the leadership, with its deliveries (800? more?) pulling the market up.

Speaking of Tesla, the Model X is #20 right now, with this being one of the few places in Europe where the Californian manages to outsell the current category leader, the Audi e-Tron.

Speaking of SUVs, the #4 Volvo XC60 PHEV is the current leader in the category, accumulating that title with the one of Best Selling PHEV, having even scored a record performance last month, with 76 deliveries. Is the Outlander PHEV losing its grip on those categories?

Last month, the BMW 530e, a model that so far hasn't caught on here, has joined the Top 20, in #19, thanks to a record 46 registrations.

We have a few fresh faces in the table, with the Peugeot 3008 PHEV in #12, while its cousin DS 7 Crossback PHEV is #14, tied with the Mercedes EQC, that is finally starting to ramp up deliveries, while Skoda has two models in the Top 20: the Citigo EV city car is in #13, while the midsize Superb PHEV is #16.

Outside the Top 20, a reference to the new BMW X3 PHEV, that registered 25 units last month, the same number of units delivered by the Kia Niro PHEV, that seems to be in recovery mode.

In the manufacturers ranking, Renault (16%) is ahead (for now), with BMW (15%) a close Second, while Tesla (11%) closes the podium. 

Outside the medals position, we have Volvo (10%) looking for an opportunity to join the podium, while Hyundai and Skoda, both with 5% share are running for the 5th position.

1 comment:

  1. Where is the e-tron? Where is the I-Pace? Where is the Peugeot 208? Is Switzerland being starved, because it's not subject to EU emission regulations?...