JUL 31, 2022
A limited supply of new cars led to a significant 17% drop in European passenger car sales in June.
EV Volumes' data, shared by Jose Pontes, shows that roughly 220,000 new plug-in cars were registered in Europe last month, an 8% decline from a year ago.
In June, the plug-in segment's market share reached 21% (including 13% all-electric cars) due to the difference in decline rate.
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Due to the improved production volume, the decrease in plug-in electric car sales might only be temporary.
The decrease is also attributed to a 22% drop in plug-in hybrid registrations. Compared to last year, all-electric cars increased by 4%.
Tesla Model Y was the top-selling model in Europe in June, with volume deliveries as usual at the end of a quarter.
In June, close to 17,000 units were registered, making it the most popular plug-in model in the first half of the year.
The Tesla Model 3 is ranked second year-to-date, while the Fiat 500 electric is the most registered non-Tesla EV.
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