We talk about hybrid and electric cars, we focus in particular on the data provided by UNRAE (National Union of Foreign Vehicle Representatives = Unione Nazionale Rappresentanti Autoveicoli Esteri) relating to the sales of this type of cars in Italy.

In total, 10,566 electric cars (+ 111%) were sold last year in Italy, while the registrations of hybrid cars (Mild-Hybrid, Full Hybrid and Plug-In) were 116,327, an increase of 33%.

The ranking of electric cars starts with the Smart ForTwo city car in the first place, followed by Renault's Zoe and Tesla Model 3.

Here the complete ranking of the best-selling electric cars in Italy in 2019:

1. Smart ForTwo

2. Renault Zoe

3. Tesla Model 3

4. Nissan Leaf

5. Smart ForFour

6. BMW i3

7. Hyundai Kona

8. Tesla Model S

9. Tesla Model X

10. Jaguar i-Pace

As for hybrid cars, at the top of the ranking we find the Toyota Yaris, a brand that also occupies the other podium positions with the C-HR and RAV4 models.

Below is the complete ranking of the best-selling hybrid cars in Italy:

1. Toyota Yaris

2. Toyota C-HR

3. Toyota RAV4

4. Toyota Corolla

5. Range Rover Evoque

6. Suzuki Ignis

7. Audi A6

8. Kia Niro

9. Suzuki Swift

10. Lexus UX



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