THE NETHERLANDS EV SALES
Global Ranking, EV market share of national fleet
(Q4 2016 12.8%)
EV INCENTIVES IN THE NETHERLANDS
Vehicles emitting zero CO2 are exempt from registration tax. A 5 tier sliding scale determines other vehicles registration cost, with PHEV emitting less than 80g CO2/km paying €6 per g CO² compared to diesel paying €86.
ANALYSIS OF EV SALES DATA IN THE NETHERLANDS
The Netherlands has maintained the position of the No.2 in the Global Rankings for the past 3 years as the country forges ahead to 100% EV ownership by 2025. Click through to our detailed breakdown of EV sales in the Netherlands filled with charts, tables, and insights. We look at the Top EV brands in the Netherlands, the gainers, the worst performing Dutch EVs and the battle between BEV and PHEV models.
RANKING DUTCH EV SALES
THE NETHERLANDS EV SALES FOR MAY 2018
RANKING TOP SELLING EV MODELS IN THE NETHERLANDS
DUTCH EV SALES HISTORY
NETHERLAND EV SALES IN THE NEWS
2016 Week 48 - BMW to Pilot new Charging service in the Netherlands
BMW unveiled its new BMW Digital Charging Service (DCS) optimizes charging technology for the BMW i and BMW iPerformance vehicles through the BMW i Wallbox. The DCS platform provides autonomous and intelligent charging optimization through tariff and solar vehicle charging. The DCS service will initially be available for the German and Dutch markets from early 2017.
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