The Tesla Model S is being integrated into the European market for electric cars, after this July has been the 100% electric car more sold in our continent. It has done this time with 1,106 units sold.The most interesting is that the Tesla electric sedan is not alone in regarding itself exclusively electric competition.
After the Tesla Model S, other models like the Nissan LEAF with 1,031 units registered; the Renault ZOE with 980 or e-Volkswagen Golf with 928 followed closely to a situation unseen for electric mobility in Europe. And the estimate is that in July it has sold more than 12,000 electric cars here, surpassing the United States this month, which are pending on other factors.
Much of the blame for this also have three plug-in hybrids that exceed the rating of the most sold in Europe to the four pure electric mentioned (contrary to what happens precisely in the United States). We talked about the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV with almost 1,700 units in July that will spread continue to consolidate as the best selling on the continent; the Volkswagen Golf GTE with 1,599 units; an a new guest is consolidated, the Audi A3 e-Tron, which became the third best-selling plug with 1,285 registrations.
Returning to the Model S, the most positive thing for the model is that, as with the LEAF, good sales figure corresponds to a peak not in a particular market as has happened before with Norway, but the sum sales in many markets where the electric premium will have a presence, such as Switzerland and Sweden.
Via | motorpasionfuturo