Renault Zoe was the best-selling electric car in the European Union in July. According to the report published by Jato Dynamics, the small electric car produced by the French manufacturer was sold last month in 9,280 units. The second place in the ranking of the best-selling electric car in Europe was Hyundai Kona Electric, with 4,405 units, while the podium was completed by Volkswagen e-Golf, with 4,094 units.

In contrast to the general increasing trend, Tesla is losing ground this year in Europe. Tesla Model 3, which was Europe's best-selling electric vehicle in the first half of the year, it was sold in July in only 1,050 units.

The situation looks like this:
1    Renault Zoe 9280 units
2    Hyundai Kona Electric 4405 units
3    Volkswagen e-Golf 4094 units
4    Kia e-Niro 3,332 units
5    Peugeot e-208 2559 units

The plug-in hybrid segment was dominated by the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV. Toyota dominates the hybrid car segment with Toyota C-HR, Toyota Corolla, Toyota RAV4 and Toyota Yaris.

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