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EUROPE | ELECTRIC CAR MARKET |   AID DATA 
July’s BEV turnout in Europe paints brighter picture 
Published: Wed, 23rd August 2017 15:19:00 GMT  
 

West European BEV electric car H1 sales history trends

There can be little doubt. West Europe's electric car market (BEVs) suddenly looks a great deal healthier, and the underlying message of recent months seems to support the upbeat view that BEV demand across Western Europe now appear to be strengthening with almost every month passing 

According to AID’s exclusive monthly data, a more than doubling in July’s BEV registrations in Germany, which also stood out as July’s biggest BEV market in Western Europe helped lift July’s BEV registrations in Western Europe by close on 90 per cent to a partly estimated 8,650 units. 

A measure of July’s upbeat BEV turnout, for the month the sector’s share of the region’s new car market climbed to 0.8 per cent; that’s double last year’s July level. 


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