JAPAN EV SALES
Global Ranking, EV market share of national fleet
(Q4 2016 0.4%)
JAPANESE EV INCENTIVES
The Japanese incentive is based on the price difference between an EV and combustion vehicle. The maximum ¥850,000 ($8,300).
ANALYSIS OF JAPANS EV SALES DATA
Japan lost it’s Top 10 position in 2015. The country was in the Top 5 in 2013. The largest manufacturer in the country, Toyota does not support EV development but is focussed on creating a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle. Click through to our detailed breakdown of EV sales in Japan filled with charts, tables, and insights. We look at the Top EV brands in Japan, the gainers, the worst performing Japan EVs and the battle between BEV and PHEV models.
JAPAN EV SALES: APRIL 2018
Registration Of Top Selling Plug-In Electric Vehicles By Model In Japan
JAPANESE EV SALES FOR APRIL 2018
JAPANESE EV SALES HISTORY
JAPANESE EV SALES IN THE NEWS
2017 Week 3 - Japanese technology giant changes course towards electric vehicles
Panasonic announced it’s intention to extend it’s already significant partnership with Tesla beyond just batteries, and in particular to autonomous technology such as sensors. The Japanese technology company’s strategy had changed markedly towards the auto sector after it’s initial partnership with the Tesla in the early 2000’s when the automaker was just a start-up.
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