New passenger automobile registrations within the Netherlands elevated in February by 24 p.c year-over-year to twenty-eight,128.
That is a wholesome rebound, however a extremely quick development is famous within the plug-in electrical phase. In line with EV Volumes’ information, shared by Jose Pontes, some 10,310 new plug-in vehicles have been registered final month, which is roughly 59 p.c greater than a 12 months in the past and, after all, the perfect February ever.
Due to that, the plug-in market share expanded to 37 p.c, in comparison with 28 p.c a 12 months in the past.
The Dutch market is progressively turning into an increasing number of electrified with a rising benefit for all-electric vehicles (BEVs) over plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs). In February, BEVs famous some 6,400 new registrations (up 67 p.c year-over-year), whereas PHEVs roughly 3,900 items (up 40 p.c year-over-year).
New plug-in automobile registrations:
- BEVs: about *6,400 (up 67% year-over-year) and 23% share
- PHEVs: about *3,900 (up 40% year-over-year) and 14% share
- Whole: 10,310 (up 59% year-over-year) and 37% share
* estimated from the market share
To date this 12 months, roughly 19,000 new plug-in electrical vehicles have been registered within the Netherlands, which is a few 41 p.c greater than a 12 months in the past.
- BEVs: about 11,400
- PHEVs: about 7,800
- Whole: about 19,200
For reference, in 2022, greater than 107,000 new passenger plug-in electrical vehicles have been registered within the Netherlands, which is over 12 p.c greater than in 2021 (over 95,000) and about 35 p.c of the entire market (in comparison with 30 p.c in 2021).
As a result of the latter a part of the earlier 12 months was considerably affected by the constrained provide of recent plug-in vehicles, we guess that this 12 months we’d see a constant enhance in plug-in automobile gross sales.
February was one other month with the Lynk & Co 01 PHEV on the high of the record (each amongst plug-ins and total) with a brand new month-to-month document of 1,098 items.
In the meantime, the Volvo XC40 with 683 items (all-electric and plug-in hybrid variations counted collectively) and the Tesla Mannequin Y with 653 items have been competing for second place.
High 10 final month:
- Lynk & Co 01 PHEV – 1,098
- Volvo XC40 (BEV + PHEV) – 683 (499 BEVs and 184 PHEVs)
- Tesla Mannequin Y – 653
- Renault Megane E-Tech – 387
- Ford Kuga PHEV – 378
- Skoda Enyaq iV – 366
- Volkswagen ID.3 – 319
- Hyundai Ioniq 5 – 258
- Volvo XC60 PHEV – 234
- Kia EV6 – 229
It is value noting that the primary 58 items of the all-new Hyundai Ioniq 6 simply appeared within the stats.
Will probably be very fascinating to see whether or not the Tesla Mannequin Y or another all-electric will be capable of beat the plug-in hybrid Lynk & Co 01.
High 10 year-to-date:
- Lynk & Co 01 PHEV – 1,894
- Volvo XC40 (BEV + PHEV) – 1,205 (920 BEVs and 285 PHEVs)
- Tesla Mannequin Y – 1,145
- Renault Megane E-Tech – 623
- Skoda Enyaq iV – 512
- Peugeot e-208 – 462
- Hyundai Ioniq 5 – 442
- Ford Kuga PHEV – 431
- Peugeot e-2008 – 419
- Kia Niro (BEV + PHEV) – 402 (342 BEVs and 60 PHEVs)
The highest plug-in automobile manufacturers within the Netherlands in January-February have been Volvo (11.4% share), Lynk & Co (9.9%), BMW (8.6%), Tesla (6.9%), Mercedes-Benz (6.4%) and Renault (6.4%).
Among the many automotive teams, those with the best variety of registrations are: Geely-Volvo (together with Lynk & Co and Polestar) at 22.0%, Volkswagen Group (14.7%), Stellantis (10.6%), Hyundai-Kia (10.2%), BMW Group (9.8%) and Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance (9.1%).