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Published on March 15th, 2014 | by Zachary Shahan


Germany Electric Car Sales Update (February 2014 & YTD Sales)

March 15th, 2014 by  

Digging up electric car sales (for all models) in European countries isn’t very easy, but I’ve been working overtime trying to find them for as many countries as possible (okay, fine, I almost always end up working “overtime”). Luckily, I think I’ve got a solid source for Germany’s electric car sales. Below is a February update (with corrections to January). More country sales updates are coming today on EV Obsession, some or all of which I will republish here on CleanTechnica.

BMW i3 Dominates Germany Electric Cars Sales In February, Inches Below VW e-Up! YTD (via EV Obsession)

Not surprisingly, the homegrown BMW i3 took the top spot in German electric car sales in February. It surged about its distant cousin, the Volkswagen e-Up!, but remains a handful of sales below the e-Up! in total 2014 sales. Another German-based car…

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