Local heroes lead hot market
Despite the pandemic and the dog days of the local automotive marke (-38% YoY), the PEV market in Slovakia is on fire, with sales up 190% this year, with the PEV share in May reaching 1.6%, in line with the 2020 PEV share.
And don't think this is thanks to tax dodging PHEVs, as 62% of all plug-ins sold this year were BEVs...With all-electrics growing faster (+245%) than plugin hybrids. This is a market that not only is growing fast, but it is doing so with a BEV prevalence. Keep up the good work, Slovakia!
Essential to this brilliant result are the locally made Skoda Citigo EV and VW e-Up, respectively #1 and #2 in the table, with the German-badged version scoring a record 24 registrations last month. Both counted together, they make 28% of the total plugin market.
Looking elsewhere, the Skoda Superb PHEV is #3, with 52 registrations, while the #4 Renault Zoe is far behind the podium bearers, with just 21 units registered.
Outside the Top 5, a mention to the rising Hyunda Kona EV, #6 with 19 registrations, 3 of them last month, while the Porsche Taycan is also popular, already registering 11 units this year, 4 of them in May.
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Data is not 100% certified.Delete
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What always strikes me about these small markets is that just a handful of sales are enough to be relevant...
Unfortunately, a couple of sales per month isn't enough for Tesla for example to justify opening a gallery :-(
This development may have something to do with the €8000 government grant for EVs. For cheaper cars like the Citigo and the up! it almost cancels out the price difference between the EV and ICE versions.ReplyDelete
I see...That does explain a lot.Delete
Thanks for the heads up!