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Europe Passenger Cars Sales by Fuel (2Q2022)


Language: English
Provider: Helgi Analytics
Pages: 13

Sales of new electrically-chargeable passenger cars reached 545 thousand in the second quarter of 2022 in Europe, according to ACEA. Share of electric chargeable vehicles increased to 21.4% of all new passenger cars sold in 2Q2022, up from 18.4% seen in the second quarter of 2021.

Most electric vehicles (155 thousand) were sold in Germany (down 8.73% yoy), followed by France (83.3 thousand, up 0.906%), the United Kingdom with 72.6 thousand cars (down 1.52%), 37.4 thousand new vehicles were registered in Sweden (up 1.82%) and 33.8 thousand in Italy (down 12.5%).

In relative terms, Norway liked the electric chargeable vehicles the most with 86.8% of all new passenger cars sold followed by Sweden (50.3%) and Iceland (45.3%).

Altogether, sale of alternative powered vehicles, including chargeable, hybrid and other alternative fuels vehicles (fuelled by NGV, LPG, or ethanol), accounted for 46.9% of new cars sold in the second quarter of 2022.

Sales of traditionally-powered vehicles using petrol and diesel reached 396 thousand in the second quarter of 2022. The share of petrol reached 37.5% and share of diesel-powered vehicles 15.5% of all new passenger cars sold in 2Q2022.

Automotive | European Union | November 10, 2022