06/02/2023 02:22 pm
Updated 06/02/2023 2:40 pm
Spain continues to grow steadily in terms of sales of hybrid and electric vehicles. From ANFAC, like every month, they have presented their registration report where it is stated that May was particularly suited for these eco-technologies, thus positioning itself as the main purchase for new car customers over diesel or gasoline. Declared option.
In general terms, sales of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids, including commercial, industrial and bus models, increased by 39.5% during the month of May. 11,146 units Yoga. With this, they reach a total market share of 10.43%, a figure that is still behind that presented by our European neighbors, only topped by Italy.
rise of electric cars
100% electric vehicles once again boost their registration figures 5,081 units, which represents 4.76% of the total quota for the month of May. A total of 23,124 units have been delivered so far in 2023, up 75.3% from the same period in 2022.
Once again, Tesla Model 3 has been declared the uncrowned king of these accounts with 577 units registered and 13.09% of the total quota. their place in second place Brother, Tesla Model Y with 536 registrations and MG4 with 439 units to complete the podium are in third place. The list continues with FIAT 500e (184), Volvo XC40 Recharge (170), Renault Megane E-Tech (121), Opel Corsa-e (120), Cupra Born (116), KIA Niro (105) and Volkswagen ID. 4(103).
second plug-in hybrid
Similarly, vehicles equipped with plug-in hybrid mechanics also increase their market share and are presented as a second option for customers. These models grew by 25.5% in May 6,065 units registered, representing 5.68% of the total market share.
Within this mechanical option, the Lynk & Co 01 is number one in this ranking with 934 units registered, thus gaining 15.54% of the market. It is followed by the Citroën C5 Aircross with 502 units and the Peugeot 3008 with its 458 registrations. The list is completed with the Cupra Formentor (293), Ford Kuga (281), Hyundai Tucson (167), Volvo XC60 (161), MG EHS (158), KIA Sportage (158) and Volvo XC40 (136).
Toyota and its hybrids dominate
Finally, so-called ‘non-plug-in’ hybrids are once again presenting themselves as the main purchase option for customers. Its sales grew by 9.1% in May, reaching 27,505 registered units, With this, they hold the largest market share among electric and electrified vehicles with a total of 25.74%.
With respect to individual sales by model, Toyota once again presents itself as the main choice for buyers, taking the top four positions in the ranking: Toyota Corolla (1,980 units), Toyota Yaris Cross (1,740), Toyota Si -HR (1,581) and Toyota Yaris (1,406). The rest of the models making the list are the FIAT 500 (1,297), Renault Australia E-Tech (1,077), Ford Puma (908), Nissan Qashqai (868), Renault Arkana (842) and KIA Sportage (830). ,