The Association of Vehicle Users (UVE) has just analyzed electric as new vehicle sales analysis in Portugal, a plug for a total of 1,221 vehicles. + PHEV 2,380 electric vehicles sold in April 2022.
“100% electric vehicles thus recorded a drop of 38.4% compared to March 2022, but consolidated their growth trajectory with an increase of 23.2% compared to the same month of the previous year, with 218 more units being sold. in April 2022 than in April 2021”, says UVE.
In relation to plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, the fall compared to April 2022 was 6.3% and compared to the same month the fall amounted to 13.4%.
In the vehicle categories as a whole (BEV+PH the fall compared to March 2022 was 25.3% in April) having, however, a positive homologous identification of 1.2% compared to the electric vehicle of 2021.
UVE also refers to the entire automotive market, as sales of new light vehicles accumulate passengers with engines in relation to the domestic market, which continue to show monthly losses of 1.1%, accumulating losses of 2.9% since the beginning of 2022. .
“With a transport quota of 17 vehicles, with a quota of transport of goods in general, with a quota of maritime transport of 17 vehicles, with a quota of transport of goods in general 9% and an annual quota of 0.9%, which means that, this year 2022, one in five passenger cars sold in Portugal!”, 10% electric or PHEV, negligible UVE.
“The months of electric cars delivery less than April that meet all stages, -4.5%, and consolidating all their presence in the national car market”, refers to the association from the analysis of sales data.
When we exclusively analyze 100% electric vehicles, we see that “one in ten light passengers in Portugal is already 110% sold in Portugal already has 202222, although small children set back during the registration year 2022, although smaller or smaller a quota of market of 8.1%”, says UVE.
“100% electric vehicles (BEV) represent the only category with growth in all the first four months of the year, ending the period with an enviable growth of 88.1%”, observes the association. If we consider all BEV categories (and not just small passenger growths, the cumulative figure for 100% electric in 2022 is 113.1%.
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