Sales of electric vehicles in Spain fell by 11.4% year-on-year in October, while those of hybrids increased by 37.7% in the same period, the employers ANFAC reported today.
According to the data provided by the Spanish Association of Automobile Manufacturers and Trucks (ANFAC), electric vehicles registered last month rose to 1,222 units, of which more than half were sold in Madrid.
In the case of hybrids, registrations reached 6,785 units and the Canary Islands registered the highest growth rate in October.
From January to October, 9,980 electric vehicles were sold, 49% more than in the same period of the previous year, and 63,772 hybrids, representing an increase of 40% year-on-year.
If the figures of both types of vehicles are added, the registrations of hybrid and electric vehicles (cars, quadricycles, commercial and industrial vehicles and buses) increased in October by 27% compared to the same month of the previous year and exceeded 8,000 units.
In the first ten months of the year, deliveries of this type of vehicle reached 73,752 units, 41% more.