Dr. Jan Burgard, Managing Partner of Berylls Strategy Advisors, analyses the top 10 best-selling e-cars in the world: “A look at the top 10 worldwide e-car sales figures is disillusioning from a German perspective, as there is currently no model from a German manufacturer. But it doesn’t look so bad on the home market at all. According to an evaluation by the Scientific Service of the Bundestag, around 80,000 electric cars are currently driving on our roads, including 53.4 percent German makes.
Meanwhile, market shares in other European countries are at a much lower level. In the model e-car market of Norway, 32.3 percent of all electricity comes from Germany; in Belgium the figure is 29.5 percent and in the Netherlands 20.9 percent. In contrast, Tesla and Asian manufacturers dominate worldwide. The BMW i3, formerly represented in this ranking, has not been included since the appearance of the Tesla 3.