As per EU-evs.com, Tesla Model Y has overtaken the Model 3 to become the top-selling EV in Europe in Q1 2022.
Furthermore, Tesla has also captured a market share of 12.5%, beating the incumbent Volkswagen by a good margin. For Tesla, however, this is less than the Q1, 2021 market share of 15.45%, indicating an increase in loss of sales to Kia and Hyundai this year, especially to the best selling models - Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Kia Niro.
These figures do not include all of the UK, which would be available around the 2nd week in April.
At a group level, the Volkswagen group leads with a market share of 22.3%, followed by Hyundai-Kia with a slice of 15.52% (Up from 12.26%). Tesla is at number 4 after Stellantis, down from number 3 from Q1 of last year.
Yearly stats for Brands
With no signs of a new Model S or Model X this year for the European market, we can expect the sales of Tesla Model Y to remain strong for the full year.