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Tesla delivered 499,550 cars in 2020

Tesla delivered 499,550 cars in 2020

Tesla delivered 499,550 vehicles last year, reaching all but a few units of its pre-Corona pandemic goal of half a million electric cars, and production has already surpassed 500,000.

E-car sales: OEMs in China with strong final spurt

E-car sales: OEMs in China with strong final spurt

China's largest electric car makers have released their December 2020 sales figures, taking stock of the year as a whole. Towards the end of 2020, BYD and WM Motor both made gains, as did Nio and Xpeng Motors, with the latter duo posting new sales records for December.

Renault doubles electric car sales in Europe

Renault doubles electric car sales in Europe

Renault has released its 2020 e-car sales statistics, which show that the French automaker managed to sell 115,888 electric vehicles in Europe, roughly double the number sold in 2019. Once again, the company's most successful e-model by far was the Renault Zoe.

German manufacturers increase e-deliveries

German manufacturers increase e-deliveries

Following Mercedes-Benz Cars, Porsche, Audi, VW and the BMW Group have now also published their sales figures for 2020. Although overall sales declined for all manufacturers, sales of electric cars and plug-in hybrids increased significantly - in some cases reaching a double-digit share of total sales.

PSA sold a total of 120,000 e-vehicles in 2020

PSA sold a total of 120,000 e-vehicles in 2020

The PSA Group recorded around 120,000 new registrations for electrified models in 2020, one of the reasons it met European CO2 targets, but the French company's total sales slumped 27.8 percent to 2.51 million cars in the crisis year compared to 2019.

ICCT: CO2 emissions of the new car fleet at 107 grams

ICCT: CO2 emissions of the new car fleet at 107 grams

More e-cars were newly registered in Europe in 2020 than ever before, according to market monitoring of new passenger car registrations in Europe published by the ICCT. In addition, researchers estimate that CO2 emissions from the new car fleet have fallen by around 15 grams per kilometre.

Nio reduces loss to 677 million euros

Nio reduces loss to 677 million euros

The Chinese electric car manufacturer Nio has presented its financial figures for the fourth quarter of 2020 and the full year 2020. In the final quarter, Nio was able to significantly increase sales and deliveries. However, Nio no longer mentions the European launch, which was actually planned for 2021, in the outlook of its annual report.

Xpeng delivers 2,223 vehicles in February

Xpeng delivers 2,223 vehicles in February

Chinese e-car maker Xpeng delivered 2,223 vehicles in February, and is expected to grow 577 percent this year. The Chinese also plan to offer LFP batteries as an option for their G3 and P7 models in the future.

Xpeng increases sales and reduces loss

Xpeng increases sales and reduces loss

Chinese e-car maker Xpeng has released its 2020 financials, with key financials improving and sales also more than doubling - but only to 27,041 electric cars.

NEV sales in China fall - but only on a monthly basis

NEV sales in China fall - but only on a monthly basis

Some 97,000 electric cars and plug-in hybrids were sold in China in February, up 675 percent from the same month last year but down 37.9 percent from January 2021, according to figures from the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA), but some manufacturers were also up in February.

Volvo: 44 percent Recharge share in Europe

Volvo: 44 percent Recharge share in Europe

26.6 percent of all Volvo cars sold worldwide in February were Recharge models, i.e. BEV or PHEV. In Europe, the Recharge share was as high as 44 percent. Recharge is also the name of the all-season tires with which Volvo will equip its pure e-cars in Northern and Central Europe as standard in the future.

Q1: Mercedes-Benz Cars sells 59,000 BEVs and PHEVs

Q1: Mercedes-Benz Cars sells 59,000 BEVs and PHEVs

Daimler subsidiary Mercedes-Benz Cars sold around 59,000 electrified cars worldwide in the first quarter of 2021, including more than 16,000 fully electric passenger cars. This corresponded to a share of around ten percent of total sales; in Europe, the share of e-cars and plug-in hybrids in sales even exceeded 25 percent.

Q1: Strong growth in e-car sales in China

Q1: Strong growth in e-car sales in China

China's first e-car manufacturers have released their sales figures for March and for the completed first quarter of the year, with BYD, Nio and Xpeng's statistics showing - unsurprisingly - a strong increase in sales compared to the start of 2020, which was overshadowed by the start of the pandemic.

Q1: 10% of new Opel cars in Germany with e-drives

Q1: 10% of new Opel cars in Germany with e-drives

Around 4,850 electrified Opel vehicles (passenger cars and light commercial vehicles) were newly registered in Germany in Q1 2021, meaning that around one in ten Opels sold in Germany was a battery-electric vehicle or a plug-in hybrid.

ICCT study: Price parity possible in China from 2025 onwards

ICCT study: Price parity possible in China from 2025 onwards

In a new study, the ICCT has forecast the development of costs for electric cars in China up to the year 2035. Depending on the segment, cost parity with internal combustion cars will be achieved between 2025 and 2030 - without subsidies.

BYD makes millions in profit in the first quarter

BYD makes millions in profit in the first quarter

BYD posted revenue of about 41 billion yuan (about 5.1 billion euros) in the first quarter of 2021, slightly more than double (+108 percent) the year-ago quarter, and profit rose even more - but mainly because of one-time items.

Norway: 7,229 new electric cars in April

Norway: 7,229 new electric cars in April

In Norway, 7,229 new electric passenger cars were registered in April, with e-cars accounting for 54.9 percent of all new passenger car registrations for the month. In addition, there were 3,316 new plug-in hybrids. Norway's most successful model across all powertrain types in April was the VW ID.4, with 1,824 new registrations.

China: April sales of BYD, Nio and Xpeng increase

China: April sales of BYD, Nio and Xpeng increase

Electric car sales from Chinese manufacturers BYD, Nio and Xpeng all saw significant gains in April, with the two startups in particular seeing a significant increase in sales. Somewhat confusing figures for April, on the other hand, come from Tesla.

Xpeng increases sales and quarterly loss

Xpeng increases sales and quarterly loss

Chinese electric car maker Xpeng has reported its financial results for the first quarter of 2021, with sales and revenue up significantly year-on-year, but the e-car startup remains in the red.

BYD achieves E-share of 71 percent of sales volume

BYD achieves E-share of 71 percent of sales volume

BYD has released its May 2021 sales figures, with the share of electrified vehicles rising to 71 percent - largely due to strong growth in hybrids. It also shipped its first 100 electric Tang EVs to Norway.

Share Now reports around 11,000 electric trips daily

Share Now reports around 11,000 electric trips daily

Car-sharing provider Share Now has provided insights into statistics on the use of e-vehicles in its European car-sharing fleet, with the company now operating 2,900 BMW, Mini, Smart and Fiat electric cars at four all-electric and four part-electric sites.

China figures: Tesla shows recovery from April low

China figures: Tesla shows recovery from April low

Tesla saw a significant increase in deliveries of its China-produced electric cars in May, following a surprise decline in April. Tesla delivered a total of 33,463 Model 3s and Model Ys from its Gigafactory in Shanghai in May, according to figures from the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA).

Tesla builds and delivers over 200,000 vehicles in Q2

Tesla builds and delivers over 200,000 vehicles in Q2

Tesla set a new production and delivery record in the second quarter of 2021, delivering 201,250 Teslas to customers between April and June and building 206,421 vehicles - again including the first Model S refresh.

51,351 applications for the environmental bonus in July

51,351 applications for the environmental bonus in July

The Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (BAFA) registered exactly 51,351 applications for the environmental bonus in July, an increase of 150 percent compared to the same month last year.

Rising sales curve for BEVs and PHEVs built in China

Rising sales curve for BEVs and PHEVs built in China

China's e-car makers saw rising sales of electric cars and plug-in hybrids in August, with BYD surpassing the 60,000 new electric vehicle (NEV) sales mark for the first time. By comparison, Tesla sold 44,264 of its China-made vehicles last month.

NEV sales in China continue to rise

NEV sales in China continue to rise

Around 357,000 new energy vehicles were sold in China in September. Battery-electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids and fuel cell vehicles together accounted for a market share of 17.3 percent. BYD continues to be the strongest brand.

Norway: 8,116 new electric cars in October

Norway: 8,116 new electric cars in October

In Norway, 8,116 new electric cars were registered in October, giving pure electric cars a 70.1 percent share of all new registrations for the month. The most successful model across all drive types was the VW ID.4, with 913 registrations.

Q3: Xpeng increases deliveries/ losses increase

Q3: Xpeng increases deliveries/ losses increase

Chinese electric car maker Xpeng has reported its financial results for the third quarter of 2021, with sales from July to September rising to around 5.72 billion yuan (around 800 million euros), but net loss also increasing to just under 1.59 billion yuan (around 220 million euros).

NEV sales in China increase significantly

NEV sales in China increase significantly

Sales of New Energy Vehicles hit a new high for the year in November, with 429,000 NEVs sold in the previous month, significantly surpassing the previous record set in October (368,000 vehicles).

Federal Network Agency reports 50,901 public charging points

Federal Network Agency reports 50,901 public charging points

A total of 50,901 publicly accessible charging points for electric vehicles were registered with the Federal Network Agency as of 1 December 2021, which is around 11,600 more charging points than in the same month last year.

Norway: 13,803 new electric cars in December

Norway: 13,803 new electric cars in December

In Norway, 13,803 new electric cars were registered in December, making up 67.1 percent of all new registrations. In addition, there were 4,706 new plug-in hybrids. Norway's most successful model in December was the Tesla Model Y, with 2,379 registrations.

VW brands significantly increase E-share

VW brands significantly increase E-share

The Volkswagen brands VW, Audi, Porsche, Skoda and Seat have published their sales figures for the past year. All were able to significantly increase sales of battery-electric cars and plug-in hybrids - while overall sales declined in some cases.

Norway: 6,160 new electric cars in February

Norway: 6,160 new electric cars in February

In Norway, 6,160 electric passenger cars were newly registered in February, accounting for 75.6 percent of all passenger car registrations for the month. The most successful model in Norway in February was the Hyundai Ioniq 5 with 454 new registrations.

China: NEV sales increase by 189 percent

China: NEV sales increase by 189 percent

In February, 317,000 New Energy Vehicles were sold in China, up 189 percent from the same month last year, with the ratio of plug-in hybrids and battery-electric cars within the NEV category remaining nearly constant.

Nio annual report for 2021: net loss reduced

Nio annual report for 2021: net loss reduced

Chinese electric car maker Nio has released its preliminary financial results for 2021, with annual revenue of about 36.1 billion yuan (5.2 billion euros), up 122.3 percent year-on-year. The company also narrowed its loss.

Xpeng annual figures: net loss increases in 2021

Xpeng annual figures: net loss increases in 2021

Shortly after Nio, another Chinese electric car manufacturer, Xpeng, has now presented its financial figures for 2021. Xpeng was able to outperform its competitor Nio in terms of deliveries, but while Nio was able to stem its losses on a yearly basis, things look different for Xpeng.

Tesla sets first quarter delivery record

Tesla sets first quarter delivery record

Tesla delivered 310,048 electric cars in the first three months of the year, more than in any previous quarter. Production fell minimally from the fourth quarter of 2021 to 305,407 vehicles. But the second quarter is off to a troubled start.

Mercedes triples e-car sales in Q1

Mercedes triples e-car sales in Q1

Mercedes-Benz increased its sales of electric cars and plug-in hybrids by 37 percent to 67,800 units in the first quarter of 2022, with sales of the all-electric EQ models more than tripling to 21,900 (+210 percent).

BMW doubles electric sales in Q1

BMW doubles electric sales in Q1

The BMW Group increased global sales of all-electric BMW and Mini vehicles by 149.2 per cent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2022, with a total of 35,289 all-electric BMW and Mini vehicles delivered to customers between January and March.

China: NEV sales up for the year

China: NEV sales up for the year

280,000 New Energy Vehicles were sold in China in April, up 50.1 percent from the same month last year but down 38.5 percent from March 2022, making April the weakest month of the year so far.

Rivian widens quarterly loss year over year

Rivian widens quarterly loss year over year

US-based electric car startup Rivian has reported its financial results for the first quarter of 2022. Net loss for the first three months of the year was $1.59 billion, compared to $414 million in the year-ago quarter. However, the loss narrowed compared to Q4 2021.

Xpeng to deliver nearly 35,000 vehicles in Q1 2022

Xpeng to deliver nearly 35,000 vehicles in Q1 2022

In the first three months of the year, Xpeng increased its vehicle deliveries compared to the same quarter last year, with the Chinese electric car maker delivering a total of 34,561 vehicles during the period.

Norway: 8,445 new electric cars in May

Norway: 8,445 new electric cars in May

In Norway, 8,445 new electric cars were registered in May, accounting for 73.2 percent of all new passenger car registrations for the month. In addition, 1,375 new plug-in hybrids were registered in May. The VW ID.4 topped the model rankings in Norway in May with 915 registrations.

China: NEV sales pick up significantly

China: NEV sales pick up significantly

Sales of new energy vehicles in China increased by around 50 percent in May compared to April, reaching 421,000 units. After a weak April, the Chinese market was able to return to the growth trend with the second-best monthly result of the year.

Nio slightly curbs losses in Q1

Nio slightly curbs losses in Q1

Chinese electric car maker Nio has released its financials for the first quarter of 2022, with shipments and consequently revenue up, but still in the red.

Norway: 11,722 new electric cars in June

Norway: 11,722 new electric cars in June

In Norway, 11,722 new electric cars were registered in June, accounting for 78.7 percent of all new passenger car registrations for the month, in addition to 1,669 new plug-in hybrids. The Tesla Model Y topped the model rankings in June with 2,533 registrations.

NEV sales in China reach record high

NEV sales in China reach record high

Sales of new energy vehicles in China hit a new record of 571,000 in June, up 150,000 from May 2022 for these passenger cars (BEV, PHEV and FCEV cumulatively).

Stellantis increases global BEV sales by nearly 50 percent

Stellantis increases global BEV sales by nearly 50 percent

Stellantis has seen global BEV vehicle sales increase by almost 50 percent year-on-year to 136,000 units in the first half of 2022, according to the company's recently released figures.

Norway: 5,123 new electric cars in July

Norway: 5,123 new electric cars in July

In Norway, 5,123 new electric passenger cars were registered in July, accounting for 70.7 percent of all new passenger car registrations for the month. In addition, there were 890 new plug-in hybrids. In terms of models, the Skoda Enyaq led the ranking in Norway in July with 673 registrations.

China: NEV sales remain almost constant in July

China: NEV sales remain almost constant in July

564,000 New Energy Vehicles were sold in China in July, down 7,000 from the previous record month of June 2022, but NEV sales more than doubled compared to the same month last year.

Polestar nearly doubled revenue in H1 2022

Polestar nearly doubled revenue in H1 2022

Electric car maker Polestar saw its January-June revenue nearly double to just over $1 billion from the same period last year, but its operating loss jumped 143 percent in the first half of 2022.

Nio: Expensive product ramp-ups reflected in balance sheet

Nio: Expensive product ramp-ups reflected in balance sheet

Nio has reported its financials for Q2 2022, showing that the Chinese manufacturer shipped 25,059 electric cars from April to June, up 14.4 percent year-on-year but down 2.8 percent from Q1 2022. The financials are a testament to the investment-heavy build-up of the business.

China: NEV sales rise significantly in August

China: NEV sales rise significantly in August

632,000 new-energy passenger cars were sold in China in August, more than in any previous month. Battery-electric passenger cars continue to account for the vast majority of NEV sales in China, with 490,000 new BEVs in August compared to 142,000 PHEVs.