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97% reduction in car registrations for April but EV’s top the list

Unsurprisingly,  April’s new car sales were woeful.  The only bright spot being two EVs at the top of the sales chart.  And whilst its true that this could be explained by the fact that lead times for these popular EVs are long,  its still great to see EVs dominating the sales charts.

Let’s hope we start to see new,  mass market models like the Mini E and VW’s iD  appear in this chart in the coming months.

The transition to electric transport is well under way,  come and talk to us about how your company get get on board and save thousands on motoring costs.
 

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