The market for electric passenger vehicles (BEV) grew 104% between January and November this year, and according to the Automobile Association of Portugal (ACAP), 32,433 new vehicles were registered.

In November alone, there was an increase of 89.2% in the market for those vehicles, compared to the same month in 2022, with 4,061 new passenger cars being registered.

In total, in November, 8,843 new electric, plug-in and electric hybrid passenger cars were registered in Portugal, that is, 60.2% more than in the same month last year.

As for light goods vehicles, the market for electric, 'plug-in' and electric hybrids recorded, in the penultimate month of 2023, a positive evolution of 68.5%, compared to the same month last year, standing at 182 registered units. In accumulated terms, this market reached 2,205 units, which represented a growth of 182.7% compared to the same period in 2022.

In accumulated terms, in the eleven months of 2023, there was a growth of 337.5%, compared to the same period of the previous year, with 280 vehicles registered.