Zoe to push electric car sales growth in Europe
Electric cars are finally catching up in the European market after a first phase of slowdown.
According to Bloomberg's report, continental sales of zero emission vehicles grew by 38% in the first quarter for a total of 32,627 units (this is for the European Union, plus Switzerland and above all Norway, one of the most virtuous countries in this segment).
To drive the increase of EVs is the best-selling Renault Zoe, which has recently benefited from an increase in autonomy.
The Zoe is going better than Nissan Leaf, BMW i3, Tesla Model S, Peugeot iOn, Citroën C-Zero and Mitsubishi i-MiEV.