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Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle registrations in European Union increases in Q2 of 2018

In comparison to the prior quarter electric vehicle registration grew by 7.06 percent, updated numbers from European Automobile Manufacturers' Association pinpoint. Electric vehicle registration increased by 2 634, as it follows the tendency of the previous quarter when it climbed by 3.09 percent. It's new all-time peak since 2015. In Q2 2017, the indicator went up by 20.49 percent and hit 28 075 number. When taking into account the year-on-year setting, a 42.35 percent increase can be reported between Q2 2017 and the same quarter in 2018. The overall changes for the prior 3 years reached a rise of 164.52%. As well as the electric vehicle registration is now greater than its average which equals 26 563.64 with a modest overall raise since the start of observations. It attained its minimum of 15 109 in Q1 of 2015.

Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle registrations in European Union increases in Q2 of 2018
Date Number Variation
Q2 2018 39 966.00 7.06
Q1 2018 37 332.00 3.09
Q4 2017 36 214.00 17.43
Q3 2017 30 839.00 9.85
Q2 2017 28 075.00 20.49
Q1 2017 23 300.00 -26.02
Q4 2016 31 497.00 56.85
Q3 2016 20 081.00 6.86
Q2 2016 18 791.00 -1.93
Q1 2016 19 161.00 -50.23

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Main Electric Vehicle Indicators

  • Electric Vehicle Registration

    Number of electric vehicles newly (first-time) registered to authorities. The electric vehicles segment refers to all-electric vehicles, namely Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs). Based on: European Environment Agency.

  • Electric Vehicle Sales

    Sales of electric vehicles, usually measured in volume (thousand or million units) or value (million or billion US Dollars or other currency). The electric vehicles segment refers to all-electric vehicles, namely Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs). Based on: European Environment Agency.