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Top-Selling Electric Car In US & Europe In 2014 Will Be…

Results for my poll on what will be the “Top-Selling Electric Car In US & Europe In 2014” are in. The winner for both locations isn’t a big surprise, but it’s interesting to see how the splits turned out, and the differences between the US & European results. Have a look:

US

US EV Sales 2014 poll

Nissan Leaf
56.64%
Tesla Model S
30.09%
Toyota Prius Plug-in
5.31%
Ford Fusion Energi
0%
Ford C-Max Energi
0%
Chevy Volt
5.31%
Other
2.65%

Germany + France + Netherlands + Norway

Europe EV Sales 2014 poll

Nissan Leaf
30.09%
Tesla Model S
23.01%
Renault Kangoo ZE
2.65%
Renault Zoe
9.73%
Volvo V60 Plug-in
0.88%
Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in
6.19%
BMW i3
13.27%
VW e-Up!
6.19%
VW e-Golf
5.31%
Other
2.65%

We’ll see how things turn out. 😀

Again, for some info on sales to date, check out:

United States Electric Car Sales Update (February 2014 & YTD Sales)

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

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

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

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

And keep an eye on EV Obsession’s EV Sales channel for the latest sales reports.

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