Who will fill up the vacancy of electric SUVs in 2017?
According to data from CBU Analytics, China registered 11,046 NEVs (including hybrids, plug-in hybrids and battery EVs) in January 2017, down 17.84 percent, accounting for 0.59 percent of total domestic passenger vehicle registration volume in the month. Because of abrupt subsidy policy changes, dealers and customers having been taking a wait-and-see approach.
For the top 10 bestselling domestically-made NEVs in January, Toyota had three models, Roewe had two models, while Hawtai, BYD, Buick, Nissan and Zotye each had one. Their combined sales were 9,884 units, accounting for nearly 90 percent of domestic NEVs registration volume in January. The Toyota Corolla Hybrid ranked first again, selling 3,981 units, and combined with sister models – Levin Hybrid and Camry Hybrid – the three models sold 7,460 units in January. Hawtai XEV260, the EV version of the new Hawtai Shengdafei, was the only electric SUV model in the list, while JAC iEV6S has yet to resume production and BAIC BJEV’s EX200 has had no sales for several months.
Clearly, the electric SUV market is still infinitesimal. Who will fill up that gap in 2017?返回搜狐，查看更多