The Netherlands have registered 958 plug-in passenger cars last month (year best), up 7% year-on-year, with year-to-date registrations now at 3,932 units, down 14% YOY.
Breaking down sales by model, the Tesla Model S had 203 registrations last month, followed by the Renault Zoe (143 units, best result since 2013) and the Tesla Model X (121 units), making it a 100% BEV podium.
In the year-to-date ranking, the Tesla Model S is firm in leadership, with 828 units, followed by the Tesla Model X (480) and Hyundai Ioniq Electric (442).
The best-selling plug-in hybrid in June was the Second Generation Porsche Panamera PHEV, with 50 units, an impressive result for a landing month, allowing it to become the main threat to the Volvo XC90 PHEV, that with 95 registrations, is the best-selling plug-in hybrid this year.
Last month, PHEVs were down 74% Year-on-year to 136 units, derived from the end of plug-in hybrid incentives, with YTD numbers being only 23% (630 units) of the 2016 tally in the same period. On the other hand, BEVs were up 218% in June to 822 units, the best result since December ‘14, with yearly sales rising 81% this year, to 3 302 units, representing 84% of all PEV sales in 20
In the manufacturers ranking, Tesla is head and shoulders above the competition (33%), while in second place we have BMW (12%, down 1%), with Hyundai in third place with 11% share.[source: EAFO]