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72% Plugin Vehicle Market Share in the Netherlands!

January 9th, 2021 | by Jose Pontes

The Netherlands had an amazing 30,860 plugin registrations in December, a 34% increase over the previous all-time record, set in the same month of last year, which itself was beating a 4 year old record


30% Plugin Vehicle Market Share in the Netherlands!

December 19th, 2020 | by Jose Pontes

November saw the Dutch plugin vehicle (PEV) market stay at full charge, with 9,910 registrations representing the market's best score ever if we exclude December months, which are prone to incentive-derived year-end rushes


FIAT 500e Lands in Hot French EV Market — 15% Share!

December 16th, 2020 | by Jose Pontes

While the overall automotive market has seen its blues highlighted by the recent Covid resurgence (down 27% in November), plugin vehicle sales continued to be steaming hot (+204%), with plugin hybrids (PHEVs) growing faster than full electrics (up 291%, to 9,144 units)


Renault Twingo EV Lands In Hot French EV Market (12% Share!)

November 20th, 2020 | by Jose Pontes

While the overall automotive market is continuing down its negative path (-10% in October), plugin sales continue to be steaming hot (+360%!). Plugin hybrids (PHEVs) are shining above everything else (up 388%, to 9,945 units, a new record)


Tesla Model 3 Leads September EV Surge In Italy As Market Triples Year On Year

October 20th, 2020 | by Carlo Ombello

EV adoption in 2020 is skyrocketing in most European countries, with governments' responses to the coronavirus pandemic focusing on a green recovery. As we enter the last few months of the year, the effects of these environmental policies and the ongoing rollout of new EV models on the market are starting to show. Italy is no exception to this, as September figures for electric car registrations reach new heights


EV Sales Surge In Italy As August Marks Start Of New Incentives

September 15th, 2020 | by Carlo Ombello

Italy's car market is back in full swing after a horrible Spring and a progressive recovery from early Summer. Official August market figures are out and offer a very upbeat picture. A market improvement was broadly anticipated, as this month marks the introduction of new incentives aimed at electric mobility and low emission ICE vehicles. What remained to be seen was which powertrains would benefit the most from the new policy


July EV Sales Rise In Italy As New Incentives Loom

August 27th, 2020 | by Carlo Ombello

Summer continues with a strong growth trend for the Italian EV market. With the broader car industry now in recovery mode as the coronavirus pandemic falls under control, and ahead of enhanced EV incentives recently passed by Italy's government, July monthly car sales figures paint a well known picture of steady growth for electric mobility


Italy’s BEV Sales Doubled In First Half Of 2020 — The Only Way Is Up

July 17th, 2020 | by Carlo Ombello

Italy's EV market is finally getting hot. Following months of unprecedented growth and despite an incredibly adverse time in history, electric mobility has now reached the halfway point of this infamous year with outstanding figures, doubling sales from 2019. And the most important aspect is, we haven't seen anything yet


Italy’s BEV Market Up 53% As Tesla Model 3 Leads June Sales

July 7th, 2020 | by Carlo Ombello

Electric car sales are keeping their strong momentum in Italy. As the nation's car market recovers from the coronavirus collapse of previous months, overall volumes are returning to healthy levels amidst strong signs of a new reality in the industry. June figures show consolidating trends of change that will likely lead to electric surprises in the second half of the year


55% Growth In Italy’s Electric Vehicle Market Year Over Year

June 12th, 2020 | by Carlo Ombello

The worst is over for global car sales, following the coronavirus black swan that has put an indelible mark on 2020. With every nation slowly enacting new phases of reopening, the car industry can breath a sigh of relief, as car sales everywhere pick up momentum after an awful few weeks at near-zero. Fast in bouncing back is Italy's market, which - although still about 50% down year-on-year - is way up from the April lows that saw it crater by 97.5% from the same month last year. So does this mean we're back to business as usual? Not quite



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