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Discussion in 'Charging Standards and Infrastructure' started by renim, Jun 30, 2018.
EV Sales: Global Top 10 May 2018
the reality continues, global top 10 vehicles now exclude CCS.
Talking about cherry picking of data.
4 vehicles from Chinese manufacturers (BAIC, BYD, JAC) which are only available in China and use a China-only connector, so have no bearing on global standard connectors.
1 vehicles (Zoe) doesn't have fast charging of any type (speculation the next version will have CCS)
1 vehicle (Model 3) is not yet available in Europe and is speculated to support CCS.
Also some vehicles are supplied with different connectors in different markets. I'm not familiar with 100% of vehicle/market combinations so I don't know if that has any influence here.
Every market will have a different mix. Here are the BEVs currently available or soon to be available in Australia:
Tesla Model S - Proprietary version of Type 2
Tesla Model X - Proprietary version of Type 2
Renault Zoe - Type 2 AC (Speculated: 2019 version to feature CCS2 DC)
BMW i3 - Type 2 AC / CCS2 DC (*note: used to use Type 1 AC / CCS1 AC)
Hyundai Ioniq - Type 2 AC / CCS2 DC
Hyundai Kona - Type 2 AC / CCS2 DC
2018 Nissan Leaf - Type 2 AC / Chademo DC
Jaguar i-Pace - Type 2 AC / CCS2 DC
Tesla Model 3 - Speculated combo of Proprietary Type 2 & CCS2 DC
Others likely to be in in a few years include Mercedes and VW, both European, both will use Type 2 / CCS2.