The CCFA published this Saturday, May 1 the registration figures for the French market for the month of April. With nearly 10,000 new vehicles put into circulation, the electric represents 6.8% of sales.
After a month of March with more than 15,000 registrations, the French electric car market is picking up a little calmer pace. According to figures communicated by the CCFA, 9,598 electric cars were sold in France during the month of April. This discrepancy is largely explained by Tesla’s results. In March, the brand of Musk had managed to sell more than 4,500 Model 3 in France. In April, only 201 examples of the Californian sedan were put into circulation.
Another well-known result: that of the Renault ZOE which accumulated 1,265 registrations in April.
The rechargeable hybrid ahead of the electric
With 11,222 units put into circulation and 8% market share, the plug-in hybrid once again exceeds registrations of 100% electric cars.
We will come back in more detail on the results of the registrations of the different models in the next few days.