Ayvens Reaches Half a Million Electric Vehicles on the Road

Ayvens reached half a million electric vehicles financed (Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV), Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV), Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV)), reaffirming its position as one of the largest multi-brand electric vehicle fleets in the world.

According to the results for the third quarter and nine months of 2023 published on the brand’s official website, Ayvens’ electric vehicle penetration reached 34% of new vehicle registrations during the first nine months of 2023.

Of this figure, 37% corresponds to the third quarter of 2023 alone. This performance compares very favorably with the European market, which stood at 22% in the first nine months of 2023.

Ayvens’ BEV and PHEV penetration stood at 21% and 13%, respectively, in the first nine months of 2023, well ahead of the market.

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Significant Progress

By the end of 2022, ALD Automotive and LeasePlan operated a combined fleet of 380,000 electric vehicles, and in less than 9 months, Ayvens reached this historic figure.

This significant increase illustrates the effectiveness of Ayvens’ business model in facilitating the adoption of electric vehicles, especially in corporate fleets.

To further accelerate the energy transition, Ayvens recently announced new electrification targets as part of PowerUP 2026, its strategic plan for the next 3 years.

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Its goal is for electric vehicles to account for 50% of new car registrations by 2026, of which 40% will be BEVs and 10% PHEVs, up sharply from 28% in 2022.

The company also aims to quadruple the use of electric solutions to 400,000 contracts by 2026, through end-to-end solutions including consulting, charging solutions and reporting.

This growing share of EVs, driven by BEVs, will significantly reduce CO2 emissions from Ayvens‘ operating fleet to less than 90 g/km [(WLTP) global vehicle consumption and emissions measurement protocol] on average by 2026, compared to 112 g in 2022, representing an immediate and impactful contribution to the company’s climate strategy and aligning with its Net Zero 2050 trajectory.

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