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Electric cars and hybrids occupy 26% of the EU car market - Tesla Model 3 leads

The passenger car market in the EU is going through hard times due to a shortage of semiconductors. Nonetheless, sales of electric vehicles of all variants, including hydrogen cell models and externally charged hybrids, continue to grow. Tesla products remain the undisputed leader in this segment.

Source: tesla.com

According to JATO Dynamics, in November the total volume of the EU light transport market decreased by 18% to 855,281 vehicles compared to the same month last year, while in November 2020 there was a decrease of 29% compared to the same month in 2019. ...

Nonetheless, electric vehicles are selling very well in Europe. The share of registrations of cars with the possibility of external electric recharging was 26% this month - the regulators added 217,709 electric vehicles to the databases, including hybrids equipped with charging ports and more exotic types of electric vehicles. According to experts, the steady growth in demand for electric vehicles is partly due to the growing interest of the population in this type of car, partly - by the initiatives of governments and manufacturers, stimulating the transition to new modes of transport.

Source: JATO

Tesla Model 3 became the undisputed leader in sales - 10,739 cars were sold in total, it ranks 12th in the overall rating of cars. Compared to the same month last year, the number of model registrations increased by 119%. It is noteworthy that quite recently one of the largest taxi companies in Paris - the G7 company - suspended the use of this model due to a fatal incident, as a result of which dozens of people were injured.

The second place is taken by Renault ZOE (8 658 cars, the second place in the rating of electric vehicles and 21 - in the overall standings), the third - Dacia Spring (5746, 39th place, respectively). The fourth, fifth and sixth places were respectively taken by Tesla Model Y, Skoda Enyaq iV and Volkswagen ID.4, seventh and eighth - by Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Ford Mustang Mach-E. 

Among the hybrids with the possibility of external charging, the top three included the Peugeot 3008 (3855), Volvo XC40 and Ford Kuga (sold as Ford Escape in the US).


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