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One electric car balances range, performance, price and technology better than any other. Our 2021 #WhatCarAwards Large Electric Car of the Year, sponsored by @DriveOnto is the @Tesla #Model3! ⚡️🏆👏
✅Stuffed with tech
More great news for #EV sales in the Annual UK stats
2020 (2019, 2018)
EV 6.6% (1.6%, 0.7%)
Plugin 10.7% (3.1%, 2.5%)
Plugin+hybrid 17.5% (7.4%, 4%)
Diesel inc MHEV 19.7% (26.7%, 31.7%)
Petrol inc MHEV 62.7% (65.9%, 62.3%)
Overall sales 1.63m (2.31m)
EV sales 108k (37.8k, 15.5k)
More great news for #EV sales from the December 2020 UK figures (2019)
EV 16.5% (3.3%)
Plugin 23.4% (6.6%)
Plugin+hybrid 29.4% (10.0%)
Diesel inc MHEV 16.2% 24.9%
Petrol inc MHEV 54.4% (65.1%)
2 EVs in the top 5 selling cars
1st Model3 -5,798
4th VW ID.3 -3,188
And the best selling car in the UK in December was.. the Tesla Model 3
Tesla’s December sales have bumped it up to 1.60% of the UK car market in 2020 passing brands like..
And Just behind Honda 1.67% and Citroen 1.72
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Forget the fact that this is in German.
The graph at the top is what people who don't drive an EV think is the range they need every day.
The graph at the bottom is from data of how far people actually drive every day. https://twitter.com/electrodocs/status/1337645311024635904
Deutsche Mobilitäts Schizophrenie in einem Bild...
It's hard to think of a car that has caused quite as much fuss as the @CitroenUKPR Ami. Let's just say filming took a little longer than planned...
What do you think electrifiers? For £5,300 would you buy one?
See the full video here: https://youtu.be/Gn0WFA6wTkg