In the sharply declining overall market, only pure e-mobiles were able to improve their previous year’s result. They left behind hybrids with and without plugs as well as diesel and represented over a fifth of all new registrations.
From Ulrich Winzen
The number of new registrations in Germany fell further in November. However, electric cars were able to increase. (Photo: VW)
November brought a decline of almost 32 percent or 92,000 fewer passenger cars for the German market as a whole than in the same month last year. Pure combustion engines (including gas-powered vehicles) fell by a total of over 90,500 passenger cars. Petrol engines lost 51,000 new registrations, while new registrations of diesel engines fell by a good 39,000 passenger cars. In the case of alternative drives, only the Stromer could offer a plus…