Electric Car Sales Are Suddenly Taking Off in Europe, Thanks To Renault

Bloomberg credits the Renault Zoe as one of the models that is winning over converts as it proved popular in Germany and Spain. However, BMW recently pointed out the i3 has a 22% percent share of the electric vehicle market in Germany and a 17% share across Europe. The new Zoe is priced at €23,600 ($25,950) and can travel up to 400 km (248 miles) on a single charge.

That is a good $5,000 or so less than the Nissan Leaf was going for. The Zoe is also picking up business in China.

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Electric Car Sales Are Suddenly Taking Off in Europe, Thanks To Renault

Europe has been somewhat slow to jump on the EV bandwagon, but that appears to be somewhat changing as Bloomberg reports sales of electric vehicles rose nearly 38 percent in the first quarter of the year. That's versus 2.9 pe...

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