With the help of the electrification wave, domestically-produced cars are seizing the market of developed countries at an unprecedented speed. Electric minivan is the biggest black horse.
In 2020, 22,000 electric minivans and minibus will be sold in Europe. It is a growth rate of more than 50% for three consecutive years.
The electric minivan of the pure electric vehicle performed particularly well.
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By 2021, the growth momentum of the electric minivan in the European market is still vigorous. In January this year, the sales volume was 1951, a year-on-year increase of 21.8%.
In the UK, the electric minivan’s February sales increased by 97% year on year. And 247 units was one of the best-selling electric vehicles in the UK.
In Norway, an important market segment, as the 7th in last year’s annual sales list, the minivan continued to sell well from January to February this year. It maintains the top 10 positions of the Norwegian pure electric models.
The minivan has also gained a firm foothold in Australia. in addition to Europe.
In 2020, the sales of electric minivan increased by 83.2% year-on-year, and the sales volume was 15,300 units.
In February of this year, data from the Australian Automobile Industry Federation showed that the minivan ranked eighth in the Australian brand. And sales list for the first time with a sales volume of 3,017. Even surpassing Volkswagen (3009) and Mercedes-Benz (2815), with a year-on-year increase of up to 160.3%. This is also the first time in the history of a Chinese car brand to rank among the top ten sales in Australia.
Electric minivan not only successfully entered developed countries but also ushered in rapid growth in emerging markets.
In India, sales of the electric minivan surged by 215% in February this year. And 4329 new cars were sold in a single month, setting a record for an electric minivan in the Indian market.
With the gradual opening of the minivan to the international market, consumers in developed countries are re-recognizing the performance and quality of Chinese cars. It also creates favorable conditions for other Chinese brands to go overseas.