Avere-France, the national association for the development of electric mobility, has just published its monthly barometer on sales of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids during the month of April.
The overall growth of theand rechargeable batteries continues at a sustained pace with a 1,143% increase in registrations compared to April 2020. According to the latest figures from the , a total of 21,690 electric and plug-in hybrid (PHEV) vehicles were registered last month, representing a market share of 12%. ” this is the sixth consecutive month in which electric rechargeable models represent more than 10% of registrations », Emphasizes the association. Since the start of the year, 86,461 electric and PHEV vehicles have been registered (+ 122% over one year).
In the ranking of the best-selling electric cars, thecomes first (1,537 registrations) ahead of the (1 265), the , the (679) and the (592).
The goal of 100,000 charging points by the end of 2021 seems difficult
On the plug-in hybrid side, there is still a Peugeot, the3008 (1726 registrations) which precedes the Mercedes GLC (606), the Citroën C5 Aircross (587), the Renault Captur (585) and the Volvo XC40. It will be interesting to follow the curve of the Renault Arkana, the sporty coupe SUV which attacks the equivalent models at, Audi, BMW, Mercedes and Porsche with a plug-in hybrid that has just arrived in dealerships.
Themonthly Avere-France also notes strong growth in electric two-wheelers, with 3,412 registrations in March and April (+ 268% over one year). Leading the way is the NIU N-Lite electric scooter (1,027 registrations).
As for the evolution of the charging network for electric vehicles, it is clear that with 33,363Counted on May 1, the goal of 100,000 charging points in France by the end of 2021 seems complicated to meet.