This article is from the WeChat public account "First Electric Vehicle Network", author: Deng Ya.
According to EVsales data, global sales of new energy passenger vehicles reached 145,000 in May, up 31.1% month-on-month and down 19.3% year-on-year, but the decline has been reduced.
Global market: The cumulative sales of Tesla Model 3 bicycles exceed 100,000
5 Thanks to the strength of the Chinese market this month, Tesla's (TSLA.US) Model 3's global sales reached 20,000, of which the Chinese market contributed 53.2% of the market. At present, the cumulative global sales of Tesla Model 3 has exceeded 100,000, and it is the only model that has sold more than 100,000 so far this year. At the same time, it is about 4 times ahead of the second Renault Zoe. The second and third-ranked models in a single month came from GAC New Energy Aion S and Renault Zoe, respectively, with sales growth of 8.5% and 77.9% respectively from the previous month.
From a cumulative point of view, domestic self-owned brand models are in addition to the previous BYD Qin Pro EV, GAC New Energy Aion S, BAIC EU series and SAIC MG eZS , Weilai ES6 also entered the list with the cumulative sales of nearly 10,000 vehicles, which is the first time this year to enter the global cumulative sales list of new domestic car manufacturers. At present, the cumulative sales of the ideal ONE model from January to May this year reached 7,666. If the sales level of more than 2,000 units is stabilized in June, it will most likely enter the global cumulative sales list of models and become the second domestic car manufacturer to enter the list. power.
In terms of car companies, Tesla once again drew a distance from other car companies in May, leading the second place by 2.4 times, and its main product Model 3 Contributed 84.7% of the share. At present, Tesla's cumulative sales have reached 128,000 vehicles, nearly three times ahead of second-place BMW. For BMW, sales in May rose by 17.3% month-on-month, but it has not yet recovered to the level of 10,000 vehicles in a single month. The cumulative sales of 48,000 vehicles from January to May are currently total, of which the main model BMW 530e/Le has cumulative sales of 17,900 vehicles. From the perspective of cumulative sales, BMW is currently the third-ranked Volkswagen with little difference.
European market: cumulatively contribute 42.9% of the global new energy passenger car market
According to EVsales data, including pure electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid vehicles A total of 46,805 vehicles were delivered to the European new energy passenger car market, which represented a month-on-month increase of 48.6% and a year-on-year increase of 23%. In May, the penetration rate of the European new energy market reached 7.5%, of which the penetration rate of pure electric vehicles was 3.8%. Cumulatively, the penetration rate of the new energy market reached 7.8%, of which the penetration rate of pure electric vehicles was 4.3%, which was higher than the cumulative penetration rate of 3.6% in 2019. At present, the European market has contributed 42.9% of global sales, and the Chinese market currently contributes 37%.
In terms of best-selling models, Renault Zoe returned to the top spot with a 79.3% increase from the previous month, accounting for 9% of the European new energy market share in May. Cumulative sales are 26,400 vehicles, leading the Tesla Model 3 with a slight advantage of 462 vehicles. Before ID.3 is officially launched on the market, Volkswagen e-Golf will continue to be the main force in the new energy sector of Volkswagen Group. In May, Volkswagen e-Golf ranked second in the European market with 2,488 sales. Its main markets are Germany, Norway, and the Netherlands. Sales in the three countries were 1,153, 610, and 221, respectively. Limited by the lack of new products, the Tesla Model3 In May, the sales volume in the European market was 2,278 vehicles, a decrease of 7.4% from the previous month, and ranked third in the model sales list. The UK is the main market for Tesla Model 3, with 852 sales, followed by Germany and France with 224 and 219. In terms of the market share of each brand, Tesla temporarily ranked first with a slight advantage, accounting for about 9%. Volkswagen and Renault also followed closely with a 9% market share, and BMW with a cumulative market share of 8%. The share ranks fourth.
The German market: monthly sales reached a record high, up 56% year-on-year
According to EVsales data, including pure electric models and plug-in hybrid models The German new energy passenger car market in China continued to hit new highs, with a total of 12,333 vehicles delivered, a year-on-year increase of 56.1%. Among them, the hybrid market saw a year-on-year increase of 107%. The penetration rate of the new energy market reached 7.3% in May, of which the penetration rate of pure electric vehicles was 3.3%. Cumulatively, the penetration rate of the new energy market reached 7.6%, of which the penetration rate of pure electric vehicles was 3.7%.
In terms of best-selling models, the Volkswagen e-Golf model with a monthly sales volume of over 1,000 in May, sales increased by 56.2% month-on-month, accounting for the largest share of the German new energy market. 9.3%, the current cumulative sales volume is 6,010 vehicles, temporarily ranking first among the models on sale in the German new energy market. In terms of market share of each brand, Volkswagen Group still ranks first with a market share of 16%. Audi has returned to second place with a market share of 11% by virtue of the performance of A3, e-tron and Q5 models, and BMW with 10% of the proportion fell to third place. Mercedes and Renault both followed closely with 8% and 7% market share.French market: Hyundai Kona stands out and ranks third
According to EVSavles data, as the French car market recovers slowly, the delivery volume of new energy passenger vehicles also increases. rise. Delivery of 7,167 vehicles in May was a 335.4% increase from the previous month and 77% year-on-year. The penetration rate of the new energy passenger car market was 7.4% in May, of which pure electric vehicles accounted for 4.3%. Looking at the first five months of 2020, the penetration rate was 9.2%, of which pure electric vehicles accounted for 6.5%. Over 2.8% in 2019.
In terms of best-selling models, French brand models still maintain a strong position. Renault Zoe is also the only model that sold more than 1,000 in May. The cumulative sales are currently There are 11,543 vehicles, temporarily ranking first. In May, Hyundai Kona EV entered the TOP3 sales volume and stood out among many French models. However, its cumulative sales volume is currently only 1,180, and its subsequent performance remains to be seen. In terms of market share of each brand, Renault occupies the largest market share, reaching 26%, a drop of two percentage points from April. Peugeot ranked second with a market share of 24%, while DS and Tesla ranked third and fourth with 8% and 7% respectively.
Norwegian market: The penetration rate of new energy passenger cars in May was 66%
According to EVSales data, in May 2020, including pure electric vehicles and The sales of plug-in hybrid models of Norwegian new energy passenger cars reached 7,998 units, an increase of 7.7% from the previous month. In May, the penetration rate of new energy passenger vehicles in the Norwegian market was 66%, down 4 percentage points from the previous month, of which the market for pure electric vehicles accounted for 43%. For the whole year, the market share of new energy vehicles was 69%, of which the market for pure electric vehicles accounted for 49%.
In terms of best-selling models, the Volkswagen e-Golf surpassed the Audi e-tron by 22.5% month-on-month growth and ranked first in sales in May; Audi e-tron The ranking also slipped to the second place because of a 30.4% drop from the previous month, but the current cumulative sales volume is still the first place among all models on sale. In terms of market share of each brand, Audi and Volkswagen both lead the car companies with a market share of 12%. Toyota is the third with a market share of 9%. BMW, Volvo, Hyundai and Skoda followed closely with 7%, 6%, 6% and 6% market share respectively.