With 5,542 registrations Renault strengthens its leadership in the electrified vehicle sector in Italy. La Losanga, thanks to the push of full electric and plug-in hybrid, reached a market share of 18% in the first half with a growth of 148% compared to the first half of 2020. Zoe E-Tech Electric which strengthens its leadership in the B segment of EVs with 2,156 registrations from January to June after a 2020 that saw it as the best-selling electric in Europe.
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The battery version of Twingo also made a good contribution, which just 8 months after its launch on the Italian market collected 3,125 registered units, placing it on the podium after the first six months of 2021. In the electric commercial vehicle market, Zoe Van E-Tech Electric – which is part of the Renault electric offer aimed at professional customers – ranks second. Among the PHEVs, E-Tech technology stands out thanks to Renault Captur with 2,208 registrations out of a total of 2,247 hybrid units on tap sold by Losanga. A figure that allows the French car manufacturer to place second in the market for plug-in hybrid vehicles for individuals in the first half of the year. Waiting for the debut of the new Megane E-Tech which will be previewed at the IAA Mobility in Munich and the battery-powered Renault 5, the Boulogne Billancourt brand continues to strengthen its leadership in the field of electrification, in the wake of the new strategy industrial inaugurated by Luca de Meo. All thanks to a complete offer that goes from the microhybrid on the new Arkana, to the full hybrid E-Tech always on the SUV coupé, on Captur and on Clio. Without forgetting the aforementioned fleet of EVs which has its diamond in Zoe.