- Plug-in hybrid and electric auto approvals on manufacturer
- VW sets out in paragraph electrified vehicles at Europe’s top
- Stellantis continues on the Trail of the VW Group
- Daimler continues to number one at the paragraph of plug-in hybrids
- On the back ranks everything “at the old one”
The numbers at the end of April for the European electrical automotive are available. It shows that plug-in hybrid (PHEV) with 331.851 units to pure E cars with 271.511 units have the nose front. After the end of February VW was still responsible for a large part of the pure e-auto paragraph, the end of the first quarter Tesla massively pushed over. But at the end of April it looks very different again. It can be clarified: Volkswagen is the company with the highest E-Auto and electrified vehicle sales in Europe.
As individual segments placed on the market, we were already looking at for you. Now let’s take a look at how individual manufacturers have placed in Europe’s e-car market. The VW Group last year brought most pure E cars as well as electrified vehicles – E-cars + plug-in hybrid (PHEV) – on the street. Only the Daimler Group was able to secure another first place outside the VW Group. The most remote plug-in hybrid for the full year 2020. You had to give this in between, but could bring it back to Stuttgart at the end of the first quarter. And retain in his own house in April 2021.
Plug-in hybrid and electric auto approvals on manufacturer
Below we consider how electric car and PHEV share behavior on manufacturer side. Which manufacturer relies more on part-time current or full flow and look like the proportion of the total admissions of the respective manufacturer until the end of April 2021. Above all, the VW Group is in focus again. A first clue for the development of Europe’s e-car market delivers the following graphic.
VW sets out in paragraph electrified vehicles at Europe’s top
In the first place in Europe’s e-car market, the VW Group was again at the end of April 2021. Meanwhile you could after the “Setback” At the end of March, the first place in the paragraph Reiner Stromber rejects for itself again. Considered in detail shows that Volkswagen with 43.351 pure e-cars, which were deducted rank one in the Group – as well as in Europe’s e-car market. With a significant advantage over others the other brands, these brought it to the following result: Audi (11.434 units), Skoda (4.981) SEAT (3.140) and Porsche (3.728). These thus brought it in total just on 23.283 remote streams and thus a little more than half of the E-auto paragraph of the brand VW.
For this, the four brands could convince with their strength at Phevs: Audi (18.072 units), Skoda (9.614) SEAT (10.504) And Porsche (3.890), in sum thus 42.080 partial circulation. Volkswagen considered for himself took it to 21.752 PHEV could be deducted. Thus, VW is also the only brand within the group, which has dropped significantly more streamers as partial circuits. Should also be due to their strong focus on e-mobility. Looking at the proportion of electrified vehicles at their own car sales, it shows that VW could increase this from 13.1% in the previous month to 14.1% at the end of April 2021. Divided into 7.2% E cars and 6.9% PHEV. The Group has thus recorded 21.6% market share for its sales to the entire European electrical automotivity. Growth is thus characterized the fourth month in a row.
Stellantis continues on the Trail of the VW Group
In second place it remains unchanged in April 2021. Stellantis, which displaced the Renault-Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance from the second place in 2021, remain on the VW Group on the track. With its brands Peugeot, Opel / Vauxhall, Citroen, Fiat, Jeep and DS you bring it in total to 46.312 Stromber and 37.672 partial circulation. It turns out that especially Peugeot to the paragraph Reiner e-cars a massive share (21.901 units) contributes. Furthermore, this paragraph is due to Opel / Vauxhall (10.428) and Fiat (10.081) supported. DS (1.106) and Citroen (2.796) contributed a more smaller share, Jeep not at all. Exciting is in the contemplation that Stellantis in total just once a few thousand stromers could bring more on the road, as the brand VW is considered alone.
Jeep (8.695 units) is strong in the area of partial circuits. Within Stellantis only Peugeot with 15.666 Remove Plug-in Hybrid. Behind it follow Opel / Vauxhall (4.598), Citroen (5.016) and DS (3.696). Thus, it becomes clear that in Stellantis the Stromer predominates the partial current, although not quite as clear as in the previous months. Nevertheless, this also contributes to a paragraph of electrified vehicles with a share of 10.2% at. Divided into 5.7% e-cars and 4.6% PHEV. The Group’s total European electrical market recorded 13.9% market share for its sales.
Daimler continues to number one at the paragraph of plug-in hybrids
At the end of December 2020, Daimler was able to see first rank of Europe’s e-car market in relisoned PHEV. Then had to give first rank to the BMW Group, which one has recaptured in March and has been holding since then. Daimler brought it to 20 at the end of April.191 Stromer and 51.943 plug-in hybrid. The latter came all from Mercedes, Smart threw “only” 12.541 Stromer in the scales, the other 7.650 electric cars came from Mercedes. Measured at its own paragraph, 30.2% of the vehicles were electrified, of which 8.5% of them are fully and 21.8% partially electrified. In a market share of electrified vehicles in the amount of 12.0%.
With a market share of electrified vehicles in the amount of 11.5%, the BMW Group could land. Within the group BMW controled the majority of partial circuits (46.350 units); Mini 6.790 units. In the streams, there was no too much distance compared to mini. BMW brought it to 8.919 and mini to 7.340 units. Again, the PHEV strategy of the group can not be denied.
On the back ranks everything “at the old one”
Behind it the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance ranks. The leading role within the Alliance continues to take Renault. These could be until the end of April 22.Stake 545 electric cars. Followed by Nissan, which it on 10.765 E-cars brought. Mitsubishi is still represented with zero E vehicles in the ranking. Dacia in turn controls more electric vehicles for the ranking month for month. By the end of April, the brand brought it to 578 Stromer.
But both Dacia, as well as Nissan did not control PHEV to strengthen the position of Europe’s e-car market. Here is particularly Renault with 13.294 PHEV and Mitsubishi with 5.781 units positive. It then joins Volvo Cars – consisting of Volvo and Polestar – these were only part of Phev: 41.140 at Volvo and now 15 approvals at Polestar, which probably accounts for the Polestar 1. Furthermore, 3 could.944 pure e-auto approvals at Volvo (XC40 Recharge Our experience report), as well as 5.238 are recorded at Polestar. More than every third vehicle (37.3%) was approved by the way with a plug. What leads to a share of 8.3% in the European overall market.
At the end of the fourth month, it brought Hyundai Group – consisting of Hyundai and Kia – on 31.821 Stromer and 14.943 plug-in hybrid. Here, too, there is a clear plus of e-auto-over PHEV approvals. The number of approved E-cars was relatively fairly distributed. Hyundai 16.820 units; Kia in his part 15.001. The differences in the partial circuits were already bigger: Hyundai 1.771 units / KIA 13.173 units. Measured at our own paragraph, it is taken to 20.9% vehicles with plugs; Of this, 14.2% accounts for electricity and 6.7% on part-time current. On the entire plug market in Europe you are involved with 7.8%.
The proportion of the subsequent brands in Europe’s e-car market will continue to be too low in late April 2021 to evaluate this in more detail. Therefore, the reference to the indicated graphic, which allows a look at PHEV and E-Auto approvals. We do not want to leave Tesla completely unmentioned, these brought it to 32.250 approved E-vehicles.
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