Here’s Your Top 10 Global Plug-In Vehicle Automakers Listed by Total Sales
We love our sales figures here at InsideEVs. Perhaps a bit too much.
But, if you’re like us, then sales is where it’s at. There’s really no more accurate way to determine the success or failure of a product than by its sales volume.
That’s increasingly true on the global scale and is often used by automakers to determine whether or not to continue producing a vehicle. However, gathering global sales figures, especially ones that span a few years, is incredibly difficult. We’ve posted a few of these global sales reports in the past, but this one here is entirely different.
Thanks to our friends at EV Sales, what we have here is an all-time (figures current as of April 30 2013) running total of global sales, listed by automaker, and presented in Top 10 fashion.
- Nissan: 61,581
- Chevrolet: 43,138
- Toyota: 34,491
- Mitsubishi: 32,685
- Renault: 23,937
- Tesla: 12,381
- Ford: 7,489
- Chery: 5,758
- BYD: 5,325
- JAC: 4,068
Any surprises there?
Hat tip to Kimmi!!! (@ EV-Sales.blogspot)
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