Analyst: Electric SUVs are massively shaped in Europe’s e-car market

Analyst: Electric SUVs are massively shaped in Europe's e-car market-shaped

Looking at the first five months of the year 2021 shows that Electro-SUV and E-Crossover are responsible for more than any third new registration (34.7%) to Europe‘s electro-market. In the long term, Automobil Analyst Matthias Schmidt from Berlin to understand that E-SUV / E-Crossover will make more than half of all e-auto new registrations.

2021 seems to develop the year of electric SUV and E-Crossover. At the end of January, this segment was able to record a new high. Then had to accept a first, small damper in February, before the upswing started again in March. At the end of April 2021, the segment of the E-SUV and electro-crossover was responsible for 42.5% of all approvals. In May, the proportion was slightly back, in June it will probably come to another breather in this sector, due to the deliveries of Tesla Model 3 at the end of the quarter. Thus, here is more likely to expect an increase in volume in the “Near-Executive models” segment.

After that, however, the SUV is probably again with sales growth. Because by the debut of the VW ID.4 In Europe, the sales of SUV and Crossover Stromers has already increased enormously in the past. Based by the Skoda Enyaq IV, which also comes from the VW Group. Also for the future one may assume that new electric vehicles such as the Tesla Model Y as well as the Audi Q4 E-Tron, the sales support.

In the two next larger segments (16.7%) and lower middle class (17.6%), taken together, the market share was lower than SUV / crossover in the previous year for itself. The segment of the small cars was not so far away from the basic segment with 14.1%, driven by popular models such as the Renault Zoe, the Peugeot E-208 and the Opel Corsa-E. Below we have considered the purely electric vehicles in their respective segments to allow a comparison.

Period January to May 2021

  • Basic – 16.7 percent
  • Dutch car – 13.9 percent
  • Lower middle class – 17.6 percent
  • Near Executive – 13.1 percent
  • SUV / Crossover – 34.7 percent
  • Luxury class – 2.30 percent
  • Commercial vehicle class / minibus – 0.50 percent
  • Other – 1,20 percent

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4 thoughts on “Analyst: Electric SUVs are massively shaped in Europe’s e-car market”

  1. That’s no wonder if it is as good as every new e-car an e-SUV or e-crossover
    Only in the fall with the MG5 finally the first station wagon

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  2. How was that again with the statistics?

    Do not believe any statistics you did not fake yourself.

    • Basic – 16.7 percent
    • Dutch car – 13.9 percent

    Gives 30.6% in the small car segment – already 34.7% at SUV / Crossover are no longer so impressive.

    • Basic – 16.7 percent
    • Dutch car – 13.9 percent
    • Lower middle class – 17.6 percent

    If you take vehicles to the lower middle class, the 48.2%, more than 34.7% SUV / Crossover are.

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  3. Pity!
    Would be to wish that more people are interested in sustainable cars with the lowest possible resource consumption.

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  4. I am quite an opinion with Eckart of Hirschhausen – whether it is burners or not is ancillary:

    “If SUV driver: think inside, you need two tons of steel like a tractor, and you also need the PS of a tractor, should you please only drive as fast as a tractor”

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