After the first half of 2021, an unchanged image of the E-car settings is characterized by segment. Electric SUV and e-Crossover give the sound. By the end of June, this segment was responsible for more than any third new approval (35.3%). In June alone, E-SUV and crossover contributed to 37.7% of the total settlements in Europe’s e-car market. And although the half-year end spurt of Tesla was quite felt.
Thus, 2021 actually 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. However, the expected breather in June remained. Despite an increase in volume in the “Near Executive Models” segment. The paragraph of Model 3 enabled the share in this segment to over 20%.
Negative growth, or a decline in market shares, was found in the lower middle class. A segment, which in the past strongly through the paragraph of the ID.3 was driven. The sector fell to 12.3% in June, for the first time in the first six months of the year, he fell behind the Basic segment. The latter segment benefits in its growth by the delayed paragraph 2020. This causes the longitudicated VW e-up! Furthermore, the Meisticalle E-automobile remained in Germany.
The segment of the small cars was not so far away from the Basic segment with 13.3%, 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 June 2021
- Basic – 16.4 percent
- Dutch car – 13.3 percent
- Lower middle class – 16.3 percent
- Near Executive – 15.2 percent
- SUV / Crossover – 35.3 percent
- Luxury class – 2.00 percent
- Commercial vehicle class / minibus – 0.40 percent
- Other – 1,10 percent
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