Things are quietly changing. This year, the number of electric vehicles on the European market has reached 230700, up 131% over the same period last year. The OEMs did not give Tesla a a respite (in addition, the plug-in hybrid has exceeded 500000 vehicles, temporarily surpassing China to become the largest electric market). Although the sales of electric vehicles (EVS) in Europe in July were definitely encouraging, Tesla fans were not happy at all. < / P > < p > for Tesla fans, the company’s leading position in the industry is what they are most interested in. No matter how hard they try, Tesla’s leading position in the electric market can’t be snatched away. Even Li Xiang, who had just rung the bell and had unlimited scenery, sighed: “a car with a 445 km endurance has overturned everything.” According to JATO dynamics, a well-known automobile market analysis company, the sales volume of Tesla, a former electric handlebar, plummeted by 76% in July, and the total sales volume in a single month was only 1050 units. < / P > < p > “contrary to the general trend of rapid expansion of electric vehicles, Tesla’s theme in the European market this year is contraction.” Felipe Munoz, an analyst at JATO dynamics, explains. “Part of the reason is that Fremont, California, has experienced a long-term shutdown and supply is a little difficult, but it is an indisputable fact that the competitiveness of European” indigenous “brands has increased rapidly.” < / P > < p > in the sales list of electric vehicles, Peugeot 208, electric mini, mingjue ZS, Porsche Tayan and Skoda citigo appeared. < / P > < p > however, they are not the best selling models yet. In July, Renault Zoe was the first in the European market in terms of sales of electric vehicles. The car increased by 146% year-on-year, with a total of 9280 vehicles sold. In second place was Hyundai Kona (4405 sold), followed by electric golf (4094 units) and Kia’s e-niro. Tesla didn’t even make the top 10 in July. < p > < p > in July this year, 53200 electric vehicles were registered in the European market, compared with 23400 in the same period last year. The number of models on sale has increased from 28 last year to 38. < / P > < p > this year, Audi released the new e-tron GT, and Volkswagen’s id.3 and id.4 (SUV) models will follow. In addition, the brother models of Jaguar i-pace and two new electric vehicles from Porsche will be on the market in the next year or two. < / P > < p > “the surge in demand for electric vehicles is closely related to the launch of low-cost models.” Munoz explains. “Fierce competition among brands has also driven down prices.” Of course, the competitiveness of electric vehicles after price reduction is still relatively weak. Fortunately, European governments are quite generous and willing to provide generous subsidies. For example, France’s subsidy is up to 12000 euro, and Germany’s subsidy is more than 9000 euro. < / P > < p > the sales of hybrid models (including micro hybrid models) represented by Toyota and Honda also began to rise sharply, with a year-on-year increase of 89% in July this year. < / P > < p > plug in hybrid models have been sold in a big way. The sales volume of this year’s July has increased by 365% year-on-year. Obviously, more new products coming on the market and further pure electric range make plug-in hybrid become “really fragrant”. < / P > < p > in addition to electric, hybrid and plug-in hybrid vehicles, the European fuel vehicle market also began to rebound strongly in July this year. According to JATO’s data, about 1.28 million new cars were registered in 27 European countries this month, a slight decrease of 4 percentage points compared with the same period last year. < / P > < p > “both individual and enterprise users can feel the market warming up. If the current situation can continue, the road of European car market bottoming out and rebounding will officially begin. ” Munoz said. “However, no one can tell when the epidemic will come to an end, so there is still great uncertainty, and great care must be taken.” In terms of sales, 27 European countries fell 35% to 6.37 million units in the first seven months. Even in July, only nine countries returned to the growth track. Sales figures in the UK, France and Denmark were quite healthy in July, but sales in key markets such as Italy, Portugal and Austria still showed double-digit declines, and German car sales fell by 5%. In terms of sales volume, < / P > < p > in terms of sales, Volkswagen Golf still ranked first, with 31169 units sold in July. However, compact cars like golf are no longer the most popular products. SUVs and mini hatchbacks are the favorites of European users. < / P > < p > in July, for every 10 new cars sold in Europe, four were SUVs. Obviously, Europe, which has a special preference for station wagon, is gradually SUV oriented. “Under the same platform, SUVs will be much more expensive than sedans, but this is the only model that has achieved growth under the impact of the epidemic.” Munoz said. “SUV sales also prove that consumers are willing to pay as long as they are competitive enough.” < p > < p > interestingly, the most popular SUVs on the European sales list are not big in size, and the top few are very competitive. The first Renault cabin sold only 400 units more than Peugeot 208, while the Volkswagen Tango came in third. Among the top 10 auto sales, Volkswagen has three seats, while Renault and Peugeot each have two. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen