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Auto Shows Check24: Renault Zoe in front of e-cars

10:40  29 september  2020
10:40  29 september  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Ein Elektroauto vom Typ Renault Zoe wird an einer Ladesäule aufgeladen. © Carsten Rehder / dpa / Symbolbild A Renault Zoe electric car is charged at a charging station.

According to an analysis by the broker portal Check24, the French manufacturer Renault has a leading position in Germany when it comes to purely electric cars. Accordingly, the Renault Zoe with a share of almost 20 percent is the most frequently insured fully electric car in Germany, followed by Tesla's Model 3 with 11.6 percent and VW's e-Golf with 9.5 percent, as Check24 announced on Tuesday. The online portal did not give absolute figures “for reasons of competition”.

The Munich-based company does not have any registration numbers, but the data is an indicator of the popularity of individual vehicle models. According to the company, more than a million motor vehicle insurance contracts are brokered via Check24 every year. This year, overall car sales have collapsed due to the Corona crisis, but sales of electric cars are increasing sharply. According to the Federal Motor Transport Authority, 16 076 vehicles with purely electric drives were newly registered in August, more than three times as many as in the same month last year. Tesla in particular has significantly increased its market share.

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According to a YouGov survey commissioned by Check24, the interest in e-cars in the countryside could even be higher than in the city, despite the continued low number of public charging stations. Accordingly, twelve percent of rural and suburban residents plan to buy a purely electric car, but only nine percent of city dwellers. "In the country, many drivers can charge their electric car at home in their own garage," said Tobias Stuber, Managing Director of Motor Insurance. "In the city, on the other hand, it can be difficult to find a free parking space with a charging station." YouGov asked more than 2000 citizens for the representative survey in July, but the proportion of those who wanted to buy a new car was comparatively small at 285.

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