In September 2022, the total number of cars sold compared to the same month in 2021 grew 14.1% and of which 19.7% were fully electric.
If we look at it year-on-year, EV sales grew 31.9%. Tesla accounted for the bulk of that, recording a 6.1% market share. Moreover, it is strengthened by supplies from Giga Berlin, which only started operating earlier this year.
Local manufacturer Volkswagen is Germany’s largest EV seller, holding 18% of the entire market.
Hybrids, on the other hand, accounted for 30.4% of shipments, 12.6% of which were PHEVs. Interestingly enough, cars with internal combustion engines also experienced a significant improvement.
Cars with internal combustion engines grew 2.4% and accounted for 32.2% of total sales in September, while diesel vehicles made up 17% of total volume – a significant 21.8% year-over-year growth.