AID reports W. European EV sales in April up almost 50% to 2,600 units, for 0.26% market share; France leading
25 May 2013
AID (Automotive Industry Data) reports that first-time registrations in April of electric vehicles in Western Europe were up almost one-half to just under 2,600 units, representing 0.26% of the region’s new car market.
Registrations of electric cars this April were up in eight markets, down in seven, AID reported. France, thanks to the launch of the Renault ZOE, currently ranks as the region’s largest electric car market, with 3,188 new electric car registrations during the first four months of this year.
French electric car registrations in April more than doubled to 940 units, according to AID.
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