This is one of the markets where Plug-In Hybrids are winning on pure electrics, they have already 56% share, when in 2011 they were virtually non existent...
...And with the new Volvo V60 Plug-In already at number two in December and willing to go after Toyota's #1, it looks that Plug-In Hybrids will grow even more in 2013.
But back to 2012, the Prius Plug-In arrived in the summer just in time to win the number one spot by a long shot, leaving the LCV Renault Kangoo ZE with #2 and Nissan Leaf #3.
These three models were all new additions to the swedish market in 2012, translating a dynamic market, where last year's leader, Mitsubishi I-Miev, lost sales to more attractive vehicles, dropping to a distant tenth place on the EV ranking.
|Toyota Prius Plug-In||48||499||41|
|Renault Kangoo ZE||20||265||22|
|Volvo C30 Electric||5||88||7|
|Volvo V60 Plug-In||22||42||3|
|Smart Fortwo ED||2||0|