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Netherlands October 2020: VW ID.3 triumphs at 8.7% share in market down -6.2%

The VW ID.3 is by far the best-selling vehicle in the Netherlands in October.

New car sales in the Netherlands remain in negative waters in October at -6.2% year-on-year to 31.988 units, leading to a year-to-date tally off -23.6% to 281.668. The entire brands podium outpaces the market with Volkswagen (+11.8%) and Toyota (+12.2%) posting smashing gains while Kia (-0.6%) manage to stabilise its sales year-on-year. Opel (+18.1%) is the only other gainer in the Top 10 at #6 just as Skoda (-18.6%), Renault (-15.2%), Peugeot (-15%), Mercedes (-14.9%), Ford (-13.4%) and BMW (-8.7%) all fall faster than the market. Further down, Mini (+11.9%), Seat (+8.5%) and Volvo (+6.9%) all advance in the remainder of a Top 20 in which Polestar breaks for the very first time at #18 with 1.5% share vs. 0.4% so far this year.

Model-wise, the VW ID.3 shoots up 10 spots on last month to easily grab the October pole position with 8.7% share thanks to almost 2.800 sales. This makes Netherlands the third country in the world to crown the ID.3 after Norway and Ireland last month (and also in October as you’ll see when we publish these markets as well). As a result of this bumper month, the ID.3 also cracks the YTD Top 20 at #19. Still comfortable YTD leader, the Kia Niro (+30.7%) post another very strong score at #2, followed by the Toyota Yaris (+110.4%) and Opel Corsa (+244.2%) both in euphoric shape. The Peugeot 208 (+123.5%), Volvo XC40 (+69%) and Hyundai Kona (+24.3%) also impress in the Top 10. The Polestar 2 is up one spot to crack the Dutch Top 15 for the first time at #15.

Previous month: Netherlands September 2020: VW ID.3 #11, Polestar 2 #16 in reeling market

One year ago: Netherlands October 2019: VW Polo and Kia Niro dominate market up 13.4%

Full October 2020 Top 45 All-brands and Top 250 All-models below.

Netherlands October 2020 – brands:

PosBrandOct-20%/19Sep2020%/19PosFY18
1Volkswagen5,03115.7%11.8%131,49911.2%-23.0%11
2Toyota2,3657.4%12.2%317,8516.3%-19.9%45
3Kia2,2407.0%-0.6%223,2928.3%7.7%28
4Peugeot2,1546.7%-15.0%519,8277.0%-23.5%34
5Renault2,0276.3%-15.2%716,3915.8%-20.2%86
6Opel1,8995.9%18.1%616,9726.0%-42.2%52
7Ford1,8435.8%-13.4%416,4675.8%-26.8%77
8BMW1,7865.6%-8.7%816,5035.9%-13.5%69
9Skoda1,4104.4%-18.6%1113,3804.8%-15.0%911
10Mercedes1,3904.3%-14.9%911,7624.2%-23.1%1010
11Volvo1,3154.1%6.9%1011,7024.2%-19.9%1113
12Audi1,2233.8%-0.7%149,1063.2%-20.3%1414
13Hyundai1,1713.7%-22.9%139,6933.4%-26.3%1212
14Citroen1,0193.2%-22.3%169,3093.3%-29.3%1315
15Seat9292.9%8.5%197,3692.6%-22.8%1618
16Mazda9072.8%-6.2%155,9092.1%-28.4%1817
17Nissan6452.0%-38.9%187,5082.7%-26.3%1516
18Mini6402.0%11.9%205,9642.1%-6.1%1720
19Polestar4721.5%new219930.4%new28 –
20Suzuki4661.5%-17.5%175,4021.9%-33.3%1919
21Fiat4641.5%114.8%223,7081.3%3.0%2122
22Mitsubishi2750.9%-22.8%233,5071.2%-39.1%2221
23Dacia2450.8%9.4%241,8660.7%-23.4%2323
24MG1950.6%3800.0%251,8240.6%new2430
25Porsche1470.5%-36.9%271,7020.6%40.8%2527
26Honda1130.4%-5.8%261,0470.4%-18.8%2724
27Jeep1060.3%221.2%295080.2%-61.9%3125
28Land Rover760.2%-31.5%301,0800.4%-9.0%2628
29DS660.2%94.1%285270.2%-17.0%3031
30Lexus610.2%-12.9%315660.2%-35.6%2929
31Tesla520.2%-83.9%124,6651.7%-67.4%203
32Smart490.2%88.5%331370.0%-58.9%3534
33Alfa Romeo480.2%84.6%322680.1%-58.8%3332
34Jaguar210.1%-71.2%363540.1%-55.1%3226
35Subaru150.0%-21.1%352320.1%-28.8%3433
36Ferrari70.0%40.0%37520.0%40.5%3738
37Bentley60.0%20.0%34750.0%5.6%3635
38Lamborghini50.0%150.0%38280.0%-34.9%3837
39Aston Martin30.0%n/a40190.0%-20.8%4140
40Alpine10.0%-50.0% –230.0%-56.6%3936
41Maserati10.0%-66.7%39190.0%-44.1%4039
42Morgan10.0%0.0% –70.0%40.0%4243
43Rolls Royce00.0%n/a4150.0%-58.3%4342
44SsangYong00.0%n/a –40.0%100.0%4445
45Lotus00.0%n/a –10.0%-80.0%4544
 –Others4171.3%531.8% –2,5450.9%32.8% – –

Netherlands October 2020 – models:

PosModelOct-20%/19Sep2020%/19PosFY19
1VW ID.32,7898.7%new113,3981.2%new19 –
2Kia Niro1,1923.7%30.7%19,8783.5%31.6%15
3Toyota Yaris9743.0%110.4%74,5151.6%-8.9%1415
4Opel Corsa8262.6%244.2%66,6392.4%113.3%442
5Hyundai Kona7512.3%24.3%85,5802.0%5.6%812
6VW Polo7192.2%-50.4%148,1332.9%-27.0%22
7Ford Focus7112.2%-19.3%96,6802.4%-29.6%33
8Volvo XC407032.2%69.0%35,0931.8%29.3%1129
9Renault Clio6892.2%-15.1%136,2662.2%-13.1%56
10Peugeot 2086862.1%123.5%105,4221.9%28.4%1023
11Peugeot 20086522.0%125.6%183,1651.1%34.7%2654
12Ford Fiesta6161.9%-30.2%45,4451.9%-29.3%97
13Renault Captur5611.8%30.8%154,3541.5%3.8%1518
14Toyota Aygo4901.5%-8.9%54,9351.8%-27.1%128
15Polestar 24721.5%new169830.3%new87 –
16Opel Crossland X4691.5%77.7%262,9381.0%-46.2%2914
17Toyota Corolla4461.4%-21.9%214,0321.4%-0.8%1724
18Mini4361.4%51.4%194,0021.4%4.0%1832
19VW Golf4311.3%-35.7%175,7312.0%-28.6%74
20BMW 3-Series4181.3%-30.6%513,3291.2%-25.3%2122
21BMW 1-Series4101.3%32.3%353,2611.2%35.6%2448
22Kia Picanto3901.2%-29.1%125,8682.1%-17.9%610
23Mercedes A-Class3641.1%-19.3%223,3811.2%-7.8%2031
24Skoda Octavia3621.1%-29.3%253,1601.1%-37.3%2717
25Volvo V603591.1%56.8%342,6190.9%-21.0%3440
26Citroen C13581.1%-23.5%243,1891.1%-18.7%2528
27Mazda MX-303551.1%new525310.2%new119 –
28Peugeot 1083501.1%-55.1%284,7761.7%-34.4%139
29Fiat 5003461.1%79.3%232,8091.0%10.4%3350
30Ford Puma3401.1%n/a311,8200.6%6640.7%50 –
31Seat Ibiza3101.0%24.5%612,1410.8%-23.0%4143
32VW T-Roc3051.0%-35.8%893,2881.2%-33.7%2320
33Mercedes CLA-Class3010.9%80.2%602,0080.7%1.1%4565
34Audi A32880.9%-14.5%581,8630.7%-32.3%4747
35Opel Astra2870.9%-53.9%202,8641.0%-48.0%3216
36BMW 2-Series Gran Coupe2790.9%new461,1190.4%new80 –
37Hyundai i102670.8%-37.9%452,2460.8%-36.6%3926
38Renault Mégane2620.8%-37.8%741,5940.6%-50.8%5738
39Citroen C32540.8%-30.4%402,4470.9%-30.9%3635
40Audi A12510.8%4.1%531,4750.5%-23.3%6264
41Toyota C-HR2450.8%-22.0%362,3090.8%-22.9%3839
42Audi e-Tron2430.8%27.2%411,1760.4%24.7%7633
43Suzuki Swift2370.7%94.3%441,7430.6%-31.9%5355
44Skoda Fabia2360.7%-0.4%751,4950.5%-47.7%6044
45VW Up!2300.7%-55.1%303,1551.1%-47.6%2813
46Opel Grandland X2220.7%-19.0%332,3970.9%-35.4%3727
47Seat Leon2170.7%83.9%591,5520.6%-11.0%5975
48Renault Twingo2120.7%-12.0%471,4890.5%-11.8%6172
49Skoda Karoq2090.7%-8.7%781,7720.6%-15.3%5160
50Nissan Qashqai2070.6%-62.8%422,5350.9%-42.5%3521
51VW Tiguan2050.6%-69.0%572,9131.0%-38.6%3019
52Seat Arona1970.6%11.3%771,4300.5%-30.2%6463
53MG ZS1950.6%3800.0%431,8240.6%36380.0%49107
54Kia Ceed1930.6%-11.9%372,0920.7%-12.2%4353
55VW T-Cross1910.6%-61.6%323,3001.2%14.5%2241
56Toyota RAV41860.6%10.7%731,7600.6%-23.4%5257
57BMW 5-Series1850.6%-28.3%661,6580.6%-24.5%5661
58Mazda CX-51790.6%-40.3%291,3480.5%-56.6%6734
59Citroen C5 Aircross1770.6%-22.7%641,2900.5%-29.5%7267
60Skoda Kamiq1700.5%4150.0%681,1180.4%6111.1%81230
61Kia Stinger1680.5%n/a –1710.1%2342.9%163282
62Renault Zoe1640.5%105.0%391,3890.5%22.1%6566
63Nissan Juke1640.5%n/a811,3160.5%284.8%70145
64Peugeot 30081440.5%-63.4%492,2130.8%-49.2%4025
65Mercedes B-Class1390.4%-22.3%561,3330.5%-32.1%6962
66Skoda Kodiaq1370.4%-67.6%1102,8771.0%29.7%3149
67Suzuki Ignis1370.4%-1.4%501,5580.6%-19.6%5868
68VW Passat1360.4%134.5%1089890.4%-22.7%8589
69Peugeot 3081330.4%-62.7%711,7340.6%-49.8%5437
70Audi Q21310.4%29.7%969570.3%-27.4%8993
71Mercedes C-Class1240.4%-47.9%631,4380.5%-41.7%6352
72Peugeot 50081230.4%-54.9%841,6640.6%-42.2%5546
73Mini Countryman1230.4%-23.1%671,1040.4%-26.7%8281
74Mazda21180.4%-15.7%827630.3%-61.8%9659
75Kia Stonic1150.4%-49.3%862,1310.8%18.5%4269
76Nissan Micra1130.4%-43.5%621,9050.7%-30.3%4645
77Mazda CX-301110.3%-45.0%552,0250.7%652.8%44122
78Mitsubishi Space Star1080.3%-32.9%651,8550.7%-23.0%4856
79Audi A41050.3%-25.0%831,2340.4%-24.8%7479
80Skoda Citigo1040.3%550.0%271,2900.5%18.5%71101
81Nissan Leaf1030.3%-64.0%721,2420.4%-46.3%7336
82Volvo XC601010.3%-22.3%701,3470.5%-10.5%6880
83BMW 4-Series950.3%17.3%1156510.2%-40.9%10495
84Citroen C3 Aircross920.3%-14.0%1291,1430.4%-22.1%7883
85Mercedes GLA-Class920.3%1.1%545210.2%-36.4%120111
86BMW X5880.3%57.1%769850.3%33.5%86120
87Dacia Duster880.3%27.5%927480.3%-11.8%98105
88Citroen C4 Spacetourer880.3%91.3%1065030.2%177.9%123104
89Mazda3870.3%-56.5%919210.3%-6.5%9296
90BMW i3870.3%-54.5%387450.3%-59.3%9951
91BMW X1860.3%-46.9%851,1780.4%-32.0%7577
92Mitsubishi Outlander820.3%-38.3%871,0720.4%-37.4%8474
93Mini Clubman810.3%-34.7%1248580.3%-14.0%93100
94Seat Mii810.3%44.6%796110.2%-9.1%114124
95Seat Tarraco800.3%48.1%1545600.2%46.6%117143
96Dacia Sandero780.2%-15.2%1024620.2%-43.4%128108
97Mercedes GLB750.2%new1142840.1%new146 –
98Volvo S60730.2%7.4%1306450.2%37.8%106134
99Skoda Scala710.2%-71.5%939360.3%30.9%9199
100Mercedes GLC-Class710.2%-44.5%976230.2%2.1%111109
101Opel Insignia700.2%-52.1%696350.2%-54.2%10886
102Mercedes EQC690.2%1625.0%1234230.2%1181.8%135207
103Jeep Cherokee690.2%n/a –700.0%1300.0%202295
104Dacia Logan660.2%73.7%1054720.2%-25.7%126119
105Hyundai Ioniq640.2%-55.2%1136410.2%-53.0%10771
106BMW 2-Series Tourer630.2%-7.4%989660.3%-35.9%8882
107Skoda Superb610.2%-3.2%1266710.2%-51.1%10388
108Renault Scénic590.2%-28.0%1285390.2%-55.4%11891
109Fiat Panda590.2%353.8%1324830.2%39.6%125149
110Honda Jazz590.2%31.1%994660.2%10.7%127138
111Audi Q5580.2%866.7%1432710.1%-1.5%147177
112Nissan X-Trail540.2%390.9%1184540.2%80.9%130157
113Kia Proceed530.2%-15.9%947180.3%33.2%101127
114Audi Q3510.2%13.3%887220.3%-5.6%100118
115Porsche Cayenne500.2%-70.1%1416250.2%117.0%110153
116Fiat 500X500.2%400.0%1393340.1%-9.2%142146
117Kia Rio490.2%-38.0%1096480.2%-21.5%105112
118Volvo XC90490.2%44.1%1365150.2%4.7%121135
119Kia Soul480.2%14.3%1465120.2%378.5%122201
120Porsche 911/Carrera470.1%95.8%1373810.1%10.1%138151
121DS 3 Crossback470.1%327.3%1003380.1%87.8%141158
122BMW X3450.1%-22.4%1129520.3%-3.0%90102
123Renault Kadjar450.1%-83.0%1045880.2%-59.3%11684
124Seat Ateca440.1%-78.1%1071,0740.4%-42.4%8370
125Ford Kuga430.1%-35.8%951,1460.4%-0.3%7797
126Audi A5430.1%-44.9%1216150.2%-44.1%112103
127Tesla Model 3420.1%-85.9%24,3441.5%-68.7%161
128Hyundai i20410.1%-78.8%1257590.3%-55.6%9773
129Mazda CX-3410.1%-53.4%1171530.1%-89.4%16976
130Smart Forfour410.1%241.7%197890.0%-63.8%189164
131Suzuki Vitara400.1%-65.2%481,1370.4%-8.1%7990
132Citroen C4 Cactus400.1%-35.5%1226090.2%-52.1%11592
133Jeep Renegade370.1%27.6%1342860.1%-15.9%145147
134BMW 8-Series370.1%311.1%1502300.1%79.7%149196
135Mitsubishi ASX300.1%-45.5%1514320.2%-43.1%133116
136BMW X4300.1%3.4%1562280.1%-19.4%150160
137Hyundai i30290.1%-48.2%1522360.1%-59.0%148129
138Mercedes Sprinter280.1%-74.3%1204100.1%-63.4%13778
139Suzuki SX4 S-Cross270.1%-27.0%1014490.2%-18.7%131133
140BMW Z4270.1%50.0%1572250.1%-17.3%151165
141Porsche Taycan260.1%n/a1313560.1%1171.4%139 –
142Audi A6250.1%-65.3%1494120.1%-48.3%136117
143Alfa Romeo Stelvio250.1%400.0%198690.0%-53.1%203193
144Ford Mondeo230.1%-74.7%1754970.2%-29.3%124121
145Range Rover Sport230.1%27.8%1473270.1%7.6%143156
146Mercedes GLE-Class230.1%53.3%1642210.1%51.4%152185
147BMW X2220.1%-56.9%1273430.1%-40.7%140130
148Alfa Romeo Giulia220.1%22.2%1401710.1%-25.7%162166
149Lexus CT220.1%46.7%1481450.1%-34.1%172169
150Kia Sportage210.1%-82.9%1334360.2%-54.3%132106
151Mercedes Vito210.1%-75.9%1351790.1%-77.9%16198
152Renault Talisman200.1%-47.4%1381430.1%-36.4%174162
153DS 7 Crossback190.1%11.8%1691890.1%-45.2%156150
154Land Rover Defender180.1%new174950.0%new185 –
155Opel Vivaro180.1%1700.0%167720.0%-32.7%199219
156Volvo V90170.1%-48.5%1424570.2%-27.7%129126
157Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross160.1%220.0%1911080.0%-87.7%182114
158Jaguar i-Pace160.1%-70.4% –320.0%-87.4%229123
159Mazda6150.0%-51.6%1711460.1%-56.8%171144
160Audi Q7150.0%1400.0%1871140.0%256.3%179254
161Range Rover Evoque140.0%-75.4%1593050.1%-1.3%144154
162Honda CR-V140.0%-53.3%1651870.1%-46.7%157148
163BMW X6140.0%n/a1601700.1%1316.7%164266
164Honda E140.0%new162500.0%new210 –
165Honda HR-V130.0%-50.0%1551980.1%-26.9%155161
166Honda Civic130.0%-31.6%1771460.1%-40.9%170171
167Range Rover120.0%20.0%1861430.1%-29.6%173180
168Dacia Lodgy120.0%-47.8%1721350.0%40.6%176200
169Lexus ES120.0%-14.3%166910.0%-34.5%186190
170BMW 6-Series120.0%9.1%209710.0%-48.9%201194
171Suzuki Celerio110.0%-91.7%1764300.2%-69.6%13485
172VW Arteon110.0%-60.7%2331830.1%-56.0%158141
173Suzuki Jimny110.0%-42.1% –720.0%-54.7%198186
174Porsche 718110.0%450.0%211450.0%150.0%217257
175Renault Espace110.0%-45.0%213190.0%-87.7%247187
176Porsche Macan100.0%-65.5%1631820.1%-46.0%159152
177BMW 7-Series100.0%-56.5%1531800.1%-8.6%160176
178Tesla Model X100.0%-23.1%1111650.1%-19.1%166140
179Lexus UX100.0%-54.5%1731280.0%-45.8%177170
180Porsche Panamera100.0%11.1%2011090.0%-44.7%181183
181VW Touran90.0%-47.1%1842130.1%-49.4%153139
182Hyundai Nexo90.0%80.0%158730.0%12.3%197220
183Fiat Tipo90.0%n/a189630.0%-42.7%204216
184Volvo S9080.0%-71.4%1852030.1%1.0%154178
185Citroen Berlingo80.0%-74.2%215950.0%3.3%184211
186Smart Fortwo80.0%-42.9%183480.0%-44.8%213205
187Audi Q870.0%-41.7%1701650.1%-58.9%165197
188Ford Explorer70.0%new204280.0%new232 –
189Volvo V4060.0%-97.9%1818230.3%-79.7%9430
190BMW X760.0%-25.0%1901610.1%91.7%167221
191Toyota Prius60.0%-66.7%193740.0%-41.7%195192
192Lexus IS60.0%-45.5%217450.0%-54.1%216214
193Land Rover Discovery Sport50.0%-70.6%235900.0%-28.0%187191
194Toyota Proace50.0%-16.7%240560.0%-58.8%207181
195Mercedes S-Class50.0%-58.3%199400.0%-70.4%221195
196Mercedes GLS-Class50.0%n/a220350.0%191.7%226272
197Subaru Legacy/Outback50.0%-68.8% –320.0%-65.6%228218
198Ferrari 812 Superfast50.0%400.0%247170.0%112.5%248285
199Opel Zafira50.0%n/a –50.0%-96.4%278202
200Range Rover Velar40.0%-50.0%1781090.0%-49.1%180175
201Lexus RX40.0%33.3%188830.0%27.7%191227
202Peugeot Rifter40.0%-77.8%203780.0%-34.5%193189
203Audi A740.0%-20.0%210570.0%5.6%206241
204Lexus NX40.0%-20.0%216520.0%-27.8%209223
205Opel Combo40.0%-33.3%242430.0%-27.1%218225
206Lamborghini Urus40.0%300.0%224190.0%-38.7%246250
207Suzuki Across40.0%new180130.0%new255 –
208Toyota Proace City Verso40.0%new228130.0%new256 –
209Toyota Camry30.0%-80.0%208710.0%-30.4%200213
210Nissan NV20030.0%0.0%239540.0%-45.5%208209
211Mercedes AMG GT30.0%-50.0%194450.0%-50.0%215224
212Toyota Prius+30.0%-40.0%196360.0%-45.5%224222
213Bentley Bentayga30.0%50.0%207200.0%100.0%240278
214Lexus RC30.0%n/a223190.0%5.6%245263
215Hyundai Santa Fe30.0%50.0%248140.0%133.3%253289
216Renault Trafic30.0%50.0%25280.0%-81.4%267228
217Aston Martin DBX30.0%new25450.0%new277 –
218Ford Ecosport20.0%-98.5%1447080.3%-66.5%10258
219Jaguar XE20.0%-60.0%236780.0%-44.3%192203
220VW California20.0%-83.3%192740.0%-11.9%194226
221Audi A820.0%0.0%195350.0%-20.5%225248
222Kia Sorento20.0%100.0%145280.0%133.3%231270
223Toyota Land Cruiser20.0%0.0%212210.0%5.0%238259
224Ford Mustang20.0%n/a246150.0%15.4%249273
225VW Golf Sportsvan20.0%-86.7%226140.0%-94.4%252172
226Ferrari 48820.0%100.0% –60.0%-33.3%273281
227Mercedes EQV20.0%new23240.0%new280 –
228Peugeot Traveller20.0%n/a –20.0%-75.0%288 –
229Jaguar XF10.0%-50.0%234980.0%-13.3%183212
230Mercedes V-Class10.0%-97.1%238600.0%-66.9%205159
231Dacia Dokker10.0%-50.0%168490.0%19.5%211235
232Peugeot Expert10.0%0.0%179490.0%14.0%212234
233Bentley Continental10.0%-66.7%241450.0%-23.7%214237
234BMW 3-Series GT10.0%-75.0% –400.0%-66.4%220208
235Alfa Romeo Giulietta10.0%-66.7% –280.0%-56.3%230232
236Jaguar F-Type10.0%n/a –250.0%-24.2%233255
237Alpine A11010.0%-50.0% –230.0%-56.6%234240
238Mazda MX-510.0%-83.3%205220.0%-80.2%235184
239Citroen Jumpy10.0%-75.0%206190.0%-74.7%244229
240Citroen C-Zero10.0%n/a –140.0%100.0%251279
241Jeep Wrangler10.0%-75.0%225130.0%-50.0%254258
242Land Rover Discovery10.0%0.0%249110.0%-65.6%258252
243Maserati Levante10.0%0.0%227100.0%-33.3%261267
244Jaguar XJ10.0%n/a23080.0%-33.3%265274
245Lamborghini Huracan10.0%0.0% –80.0%14.3%266288
246Toyota Mirai10.0%-66.7% –70.0%-85.1%270245
247Ford S-Max10.0%n/a –10.0%0.0%305298

Source: RAI Vereniging

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    1. Too soon to tell. Why? I. in September VW started a Blitz delivery to transfer the long over due 25.000 ID3’s (6 months on a parking lot) to a couple of nations with decent loading infra and significant E-ppetite (f.i. NK, NO, IR). The data we have now reflects that contingent. II. When there is no supply, no one can buy a Tesla. Let’s see what happens when the 7.000 China built Tesla’s arrive in December. And maybe there’s a vessel from the US underway as well. But: III. Although still in a league of its own, Telsa might loose a lot of clients (early movers) who shy away from the US brand now EU manufacturers are catching up – fast. IV. Last week’s market cap of $500 bn (S&P 500 listing drove the equity even further) means Tesla was valued HIGHer than all car manufacturers on this planet combined. Berserk. Even if Musk cs would have 10 Giga factories the $500 bn is not reflecting fair value. Some will pay a hefty price …. PS: Elon, good luck with the Berlin factory. But 400.000 units a years might be twice the volume you can sell.

  1. Meanwhile for yet another year Corolla still will be the best selling car on the planet, followed by Ford F-series. In top 10 will be as usual Toyota Rav4, Honda CrV, Chevy Silverado, Ram pick-up truck, Toyota Camry, Honda Civic and evetually VW Tiguan.

  2. The arrival of the ID3 had an immediate effect on my daily commute – it doesn’t take too long before this likeable Flinstones mobile cruises by. That said, a significant number of the ID3’s are still parked at dealer lots. Some sites show hundreds of ‘m. Ergo, not sold (yet), but registered, reason being that the more VW can ship before 31-31-2020, the lower the EU CO2 fine it’s destined to receive. With Norway and Netherlands leading the EV-lectrification ‘race’, it’s a logical step by VW to ship (some would say dump) as much ID3’s as possible before year’s end. PS: Per Nov. 20, the ID3 is #1. Interesting to see if Tesla can strike back in December – 7000 China built M3’s are on their way to our shores.

      1. That’s normal, the Zoe and the ID.3 are the best european EVs for their price. Renault has almost 10 years of experience in EVs.

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