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The 10 best-selling electric cars of Q1 2023

Surprise, the market for electric cars in Italy it grows, here are the 10 best sellers of the quarter. March registrations touch 8.195 unit. Against the 4,515 in the same month of 2022. These with a share of the total of 4.8%, against 3.7% last March. So it’s a positive for the first three months of 2023.

There are 16,455 registrations against 11,350 in the first quarter of 2022. These with a share of 3.8% of the total against 3.3% in the first three months of last year.

The 10 best-selling electric cars from January to March 2023

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At the top of the rankings 10 best-selling electric cars in Q1 2023, there is the Tesla Model Y. The shot is 912 to 2,960 units from last year. The car is equipped with a 75 kWh battery. ModelY ensures up to 533 km with zero emissions. The top speed is 250 per hour and a fulminant shot that is consumed in 3.7 seconds. Starting from 47,970 euros and reaches 64,970 euros.

Al second place is there electric Fiat 500, con 1.530 units sold. There battery is 23 or 42 kWh capable of a zero-emissions range from 190 to 331 km, the Fiat 500 reaches 150 km/h with a sprint from 0 to 100 km in 9 seconds. Starting from 29,950 and reaches 40,650 euros.

Al third place we find another Teslathe Model 3con 1.345 units sold. The battery is from 53 to 79 kWh, it travels up to 567 km with zero emissions with a maximum speed of 261 per hour and a lethal sprint from 0 to 100 in 3.3 seconds. Starting from 42,470 and reaches 60,970 euros.

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Al quarto place is there Smart EQ Fortwocon 1.332 units sold. From 841 registrations in 2022 it has risen to 1,332. the accumulator is 18 kWh. It has a range of 133 km and a speed of up to 130 km per hour. The sprint from 0 to 100 is 11.5 seconds. Starting from 25,210 euros and reaches 30,696 euros.

Al quinto place Renault Megane E-TECHcon 734 units sold. A good placement given that in 2022 he was not on the market. This has a 60 kWh battery, with a range of 470 km. The top speed is 160 per hour with a shot from 0 to 100 in 7.5 seconds. Starting from 40,950 and reaches 45,450 euros.

The 10 best-selling electric cars from January to March 2023, from 6th place

Al sixth place Renault Twindo E-TECH, with 630 units sold. the range of 189 km is allowed thanks to the 22 kWh battery. It hits the top speed of 126km/h from the 12.6-second sprint. Starting from 23,050 euros and reaches 26,350 euros.

Al seventh place PEUGEOT e-208con 555 units sold. The Frenchwoman is well positioned in the ranking compared to 2022 with 143 more pieces. The battery is 50 kWh capable of giving 362 km of autonomy. It reaches 150 km/h per hour, with a sprint from 0 to 100 in 8.1 seconds. Starting from 36,430 euros and goes up to 39,730 euros.

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All’eighth place DACIA Spring,con 554 units sold. Then touch the 230 km traveled with a 27 kWh battery. The car reaches 125 km/h and from 0 to 100 km/h in 13.7 seconds. Starting from 21,450 and reaches 23,200 euros.

Al nono place AUDI Q4con 541 unit. So the house with the four rings is offering the car equipped with an 82 kWh battery. The range is 528 km. While it does not exceed the speed of 180 km/h. Starting from 56,650 euros and reach 69,900 euros.

Al 10 place MG MG4con 495 unit. This car is equipped with a battery with two power levels – 51 or 64 kWh. MG4 travels up to 450 km with zero emissions with a top speed of 160 per hour and a sprint from 0 to 100 in 7.7 seconds. Starting from 30,790 and goes up to 36,790.

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