Let’s take a look at which automotive groups are selling the most electric cars in 10 European markets. Brands You’ve seen a lot of sales (read bookmarks). We will also take a look at the model status when Jose Pontus recently released a detailed report on the sale of plug-ins throughout Europe (not just in the 10 markets included here). It will also soon be publishing company standards across Europe for the sale of plug-ins (not just 100% electric vehicles).

Why should I worry about brands when I report on automotive groups? My answer is 1) Why do brands exist? 2) Some people may choose to look at general automotive groups and combinations, but some realize that it is not very broad and very useful or interesting. 3) I was there to pull the information together and I was eager, so I thought others would be interested. 4) Naturally, in this report, at the top of the table we can see which products carry more EV weight for different automotive groups and combinations. 5) It’s just fun.

So, to the charts.

In the third quarter, we can see that Tesla (15.9%) finished the Volkswagen (15.5%) to # 1 and the two stood above the rest. While Volkswagen Group Standing alone above the people of Europe, I longed to see how the Volkswagen brand could handle other brands in the group and the big dog from California. He did great! For the American Big Quarter, Volkswagen is about to catch # 1!

Of course, this is Europe, the court of the Volkswagen, and Tesla is superior to the USA (and China). Tesla’s demand is still high everywhere and the company has been selling EVs across Europe for more than plans for MB-Platform EVs such as ID 3 and ID 4. So, for Volkswagen to go head and neck with Tesla – well, that Diess and other Volkswagen EV heads have to smile. And Volkswagen should give everyone a break.

At the bottom of the two, it is difficult to be excited about other brands, but Hyundai (6.8%) and Renault (6.7%) are clearly second in the list, while below Tesla and Volkswagen. Before the rest.

Then there are SKODA (5.3%), Kia (5.1%), Peugeot (5.1%), and Audi (4.8%). After that we move well below the 5% market share and you can only see the chart.

All of this applies to Q3. How are things different when you look at the first three quarters of the year?

Things are not much different, but we have some changes in position including # 1! In this case, Volkswagen sits above Tesla, and a good 16,000. By allowing Tesla to beat Volkswagen in Q3, one has to think that Tesla will finally come out strong and steal the trophy from Volkswagen. However, with 16,000 vehicles and its own plan, this is unlikely to be the end of a strong year. Volkswagen looks set to win 2021. What about 2022? let’s see!

Renault, meanwhile, has no chance of catching up with Tesla, but there is nothing to worry about when it comes to brands on its tail. Renault wins the bronze medal in this special brand competition. That said, it was good to see him and others hit the annual BEV 100,000 annual sales next year.

The neck and neck competition between Peugeot and Hyundai is 4th, and it is clear that the two brands bear the brunt of the overall result (Stellantis is 2nd, just behind Volkswagen Group, and Hyundai-Kia Duo is 5th. Slightly behind Renault – Nissan – Mitsubishi Alliance). .

He doesn’t have much to write about at home after that, but we can say that # 6 Kia, # 7 SKODA and # 8 Audi have set their own clear standards for now 2021. We will see if any of them are broken. A.D. Try to enter the race in 2022 and get your way to the top 5 – but Pijo and Hyundai certainly don’t want to make that easy.

Is there any other idea as to how the brand rating was compiled in Q3 or Q1 – Q3 2021? Is there a big forecast for Q4?

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