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  1. ChargePoint

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    For some reason the tweet isn't loading at this moment for us. In case anyone else is having the same issue - here's the report @Michael Russo shared above.



    Tesla Model S, Chevy Bolt, Tesla Model X take the cake as the most EVs sold in 2017.

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    2017 French sales statistics: pour nos amis français ! :)

     
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    It’s almost mid-February and we finally get access to final 2017 China EV sales figures...
     
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    And of course I would be remiss if I did not provide latest statistics from my (very soon to be home country), France :france:!!
    +15% BEV sales - wait until 2019 with the arrival of Model 3!!
     
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    And it is only likely to get worse for Germany luxury carmakers in the entry segment as of 2019 when Model 3 deliveries come our way... :cool:

     
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    Howdy Europeans!

    Very interesting graph showing the evolution of EV sales across EU countries for last 4 years.

    Norway still leads top 3 with France and Germany, where the market simply doubled in 2017!
     
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    Unlikely to stay at that level in 2018... ;)
     
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    This is insane... :mad:

    I mean, nothing against the Bolt... yet... only EV?!
     
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    Thought a few here would like it if I share yet another S-curve: the evolution of Canadian EV sales (BEV: +92% in 2017...!). Kudo to the red Maple Leaf country up north!! :cool:

    (Ok. Northwest for me... :D)
     
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    January sales in France... a bit of a dip on BEV... the market just CW4M≡* !!



    * = can’t wait for Model 3 ;)
     
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    Almost 2,500 Model 3 delivered in the US in February! :cool:
     
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    The Tesla Model 3 topped the rankings of estimated electric vehicle sales in the United States in the year so far, with approximately 4,360 units of the mass market compact electric sedan making their way to buyers from January to February. With these figures, the Model 3 has overtaken its siblings, the Model S and X, direct competitors such as the Chevy Bolt EV, and even mainstays such as the Toyota Prius Prime.

    It is no secret that the Model 3’s production has seen several delays. Over the past couple of quarters, Tesla has fallen short of its Model 3 guidance, with the carmaker delivering only 1,770 units of the electric car to customers by the end of 2017. The California-based firm also stated that it was able to achieve a production rate of 1,000 units per week by the end of December.

    As noted in InsideEVssales scorecard for January and February, Model 3 saw an uptick in the number of vehicles deliveries since the year began, with the publication stating that approximately 1,875 Model 3 were delivered in January and 2,485 Model 3 were delivered in February 2018.

    These figures, while still seemingly behind Tesla’s own estimates (Tesla expects a production rate of 2,500 Model 3 per week by the end of March), still translate to the Model 3 being the best-selling electric car in the United States in the year so far. Its closest competitor, the Toyota Prius Prime, sold 3,546 units from January to February, roughly 20% less than the 4,360 Model 3 that were sold during the same period.

    In comparison, the EV-based publication tracked 1,925 Model S and 1,575 Model X that were sold during the first two months of 2018. The Chevy Bolt EV, widely seen as the Model 3’s closest competitor in terms of features and price, sold 2,601 units from January to February.

    [​IMG]InsideEVs EV sales tracker for January to February 2018

    Considering that Tesla does not issue monthly sales reports for its vehicles, InsideEVs came up with its estimated January Model 3 sales by taking the 860 units in transit at the end of December and adding the estimated ~500 Model 3 that were manufactured in each of the first two weeks of January, which the publication believes were successfully delivered by the end of the month. For February, an uptick in Model 3 deliveries was considered, with some units manufactured at the beginning of the month being delivered to their owners by February 28.

    Despite the delays in its production, the Tesla Model 3 appears to be a key vehicle in electric car sales this 2018. As could be seen in the delivery estimates for the mass market electric car, the Model 3’s sales are only limited by the number of vehicles that Tesla can produce. With Tesla settling into its pace with the Model 3 manufacturing, the car’s dominance in the electric car market would likely be undeniable.

    As we noted in a previous report, Tesla seems to be preparing for the rollout of AWD variants of the Model 3. Just last week, a dual-motor Model 3 was spotted in the wild, with the car carrying a VIN ending in 8370.

    Article: Tesla Model 3 tops Jan-Feb 2018 EV sales in US, according to new report
     
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    If this reported significant drop in YTD T≡SLA European sales was not reported by one of the few most die-hard SA naysayers, Anton Wahlman, I might have felt more bothered by it....

    Now, these may be factual decreases, yet it’s the spin on the numbers, with implication this may have been the main drive for Jon McNeill’s and Eric Branderiz’s recent departures, which has me raise my eyebrows most.

    Let’s hope there is a very strong Model 3 March month in any case! :)

    Tesla's Sales Collapse In Europe: Down 63% This Quarter

    https://seekingalpha.com/article/4155182-teslas-sales-collapse-europe-63-percent-quarter
     
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    Seems like inspiration often originates in the West... ;)

     
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    Strong EV market growth in Europe in February, with small BEVs in the top 3, growing new Leaf sales... and Model S at 1000 units YTD (which does not feel like much.... yet at its price... what to say?)

     
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    Ok, so this is biiiig: T≡SLA places it’s three car models in the top 5 for EV car sales in the US during last month, incl. 3,800 Model 3s, solidly taking the number 1 position!! Woohoo! Not likely to be removed from that spot any time soon!!

     
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