|Mitsubishi EV sales are on hold|
Despite this entry in the Top 10, the french EV has two models following its
Pure electrics continue on the rebound, with BEV share increasing another point to 62% of the market.
|2||Tesla Model S||8.897|
|3||Chevrolet Volt (1)||8.628|
|4||Toyota Prius PHEV||6.782|
|5||Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV||4.307|
|7||Mitsubishi I-Miev (2)||2.790|
|8||Renault Kangoo ZE||2.514|
|9||Ford C-Max Energi||2.027|
Manufacturers - Mitsubishi Suffers
In the Manufacturers ranking, Nissan holds its leadership with 24% share, now followed by Tesla at 14% and Chevrolet, with 13%.
Mitsubishi has been hampered by batteries issues and drops to fourth, losing 2% share on the way to 13%.
Behind the seven major players, figures become a bit sketchy as one doesn't know for sure how the chinese brands are behaving, but taking in account confirmed numbers, BYD switches positions with Chery, with the e6 maker now #8, leaving its compatriot in #9 and Smart rounding up the table in #10.
(1) - Includes Holden Volt, Opel and Vauxhall Ampera;
(2) - Includes Citröen C-Zero and Peugeot iOn.
(e) - Estimate
Questions for June
Can the Volt family reach #2?
And can the Zoe reach #5?
Is it possible for the Kangoo ZE to remove the Mitsu I-Miev from the seventh place?
Who gets this time the tenth place in the models ranking?
In the manufacturers ranking, can Chevrolet reach #2?
How many more positions will Mitsubishi lose?
Can BYD hold on to #8?