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EUROPE | ELECTRIC CAR MARKET 
July sees neck-and-neck BEV sales in Germany and Norway 
Published: Thu, 10th August 2017 17:10:18 GMT  
 

BMW i3 Germany Norway July 2017

Germany’s electric car market seems set to start this year’s second half in the manner it spent the first half of this year, growing markedly faster than expected

July’s BEV sales in Germany more than doubled to 1,820 units, according to official KBA numbers. Potentially more revealing to market observers, however, with July’s much improved 1,820 BEVs sold, Germany virtually equalled the number of BEVs sold in chart-topping Norway during the same month. 

Figures from OFV show that July’s BEV sales in Norway rose by nearly two-thirds to 1,821 units, meaning that this July Germany’s BEV sales have virtually equalled same month sales in what still ranks as West Europe’s biggest electric car market. 
No doubt, since the start of this year Germany’s underlying BEV demand has clearly moved up a gear or two.


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