Tesla still leads in sales, but…

With 2,833 copies sold, the Tesla Model 3 retains first place in the French ranking in September. A place she had conquered in August, dethroning the Renault Zoé. The latter sold 2,382 units while the electric Peugeot 208 is third with 2,090 registrations.

The Dacia Spring starts strong!

For its very first months on the market, the Dacia Spring is doing very well and is only a hair’s breadth away from joining the top three. Only one car separates the electric Peugeot 208 (2090 cars sold) from the Dacia Spring (2089). The small city car that has become the cheapest electric car on the market (€16,990, excluding bonuses) is likely to climb the rankings.

Far behind these four vehicles, we find the electric Fiat 500 (864 sales), then the Volkswagen ID.3 (749 copies sold). The electric Renault Twingo ended September in 7th place with 598 registrations.

The Peugeot e-2008 and the Kia e-Niro are 8th and 9th with 558 and 557 units, followed in 10th place by the Tesla Model Y (430 registrations).

Tesla’s Cardboard

After a successful year 2020, where the American brand sold almost 500,000 cars, the company has just shattered its annual sales record, starting this third quarter!

More than 627,000 vehicles have already been delivered by Tesla this year and the target set by Elon Musk (around 750,000 deliveries) should be reached. In view of the shortage of electronic chips which limits production in the automotive sector, this is an impressive performance and this no doubt partly explains their current success.

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