The Tesla Model Y got the most sales with 7,011 units for the month of August. Meanwhile, the Tesla Model 3 is in eight with sales of 2,938 units.
Positioned after the Tesla Model Y for the most sales in August are Volkswagen ID.4 (5,796), Skoda Enyaq iV (4,669), Fiat 500e (4,032), and Dacia Spring (3,784), which just beat Volkswagen ID.3 ( 3,694).
During January to August, the Tesla Model Y and Model 3 ranked first and second for plug-in vehicle sales with total sales of 53,997 and 43,575, respectively.
Next in line are the Fiat 500e (42,225), Volkswagen ID.4 (34,467) and Skoda Enyaq iV (31,578).
Meanwhile, battery electric vehicle (BEV) sales reached 13% of total new passenger car sales in August.
Still from the same data, it shows that BEV registrations in August rose 12% over the same period last year, while PHEV fell 10% over the same period.
The Volkswagen Group – with the Audi, Porsche, SEAT, Skoda and Volkswagen brands – leads with a 20% share of the plug-in market. Stellantis, with its own list of heavyweight brands, came in second, with a 16.3% share, followed by Hyundai-Kia (11.6%), BMW Group (11.1%) and Mercedes-Benz Group (9.6%). 2%). ‘
With just a 6.7% share, Tesla is in seventh place – despite this, on its own merits.