After the fiscal-incentives-derived-rush of the last months of 2013, the dutch ev market woke up to reality and sold a paltry 404 units, far, far, FAR away from the 9.000 units of the month before, but looking at real sales months, like a year ago, it's down just 35%, not bad considering many buyers antecipated sales due to the fiscal changes.
The only model to perform decently is the V60 Plug-in (272 units sold), while last years phenomenon, the Outlander PHEV, eclipses to just 82 registrations.
In a distant #3 we get a tie, with Prius Plug-in and BMW i3 selling 15 units each.
Looking at PHEV vs BEV share, January increased share for the first kind, sitting at a gigantic 92% share, making the Netherlands more and more the capital of plug-in hybrids.
|Volvo V60 Plug-in|
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV
|3||Toyota Prius Plug-In||15||15||4||3|
|6||Tesla Model S||7||7||2||5|