Tesla Model 3 becomes Dutch most popular new car in November: 10% market share

In Europe, the electric car revolution has been decided, and electric vehicles are taking more and more market share from conventional internal combustion engine vehicles,media reported. The latest evidence is a surge in sales of the Tesla Model 3 in the Netherlands. The Tesla Model 3 is the most popular new car in the country as of November, with 3,979 vehicles accounting for 10.1% of the market:

Tesla Model 3 becomes Dutch most popular new car in November: 10% market share

The five most registered models in November 2019

Tesla Model 3 – 3979 – 10.1% market share

Volkswagen Polo – 1430 – 3.6% market share

Renault Clio – 1096 vehicles – 2.8% market share

Kia Niro – 1059 vehicles – 2.7% market share

Toyota Aygo – 1012 vehicles – 2.6% market share

Five most registered brands in November 2019

Volkswagen (4,496 vehicles) – 11.4% of the market share

Tesla (4116 vehicles) – 10.4% of the market

Renault (2553 vehicles) – 6.5% market share

Kia (2538 vehicles) – 6.4% market share

Toyota (2476 vehicles) – 6.3% market share

The RAI Association expects this performance to continue until 2020, with 10 per cent of cars in the next 10 markets to be electric. Given that Tesla is currently building a new superfactory plant in Berlin and plans to start selling electric vehicles there to the European market by the end of 2021, it is expected that this ratio could be much more than that.

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