The Chevrolet Volt didn't have a strong sales year in 2014, however it managed to stay the best selling plug-in model in the U.S from December 2010 to the end of December 2014.
In total, 73,357 units were delivered, roughly 26% of all plug-in cars sold in the U.S. during that period.
The Volt held a solid sales lead in 2011 and 2012 and then market share fell to 16% in 2014. In the coming months, the second generation Volt will fight the battle with the Nissan LEAF for dominance of the plug-in segment.
One of the most interesting facts we found was that in October 2012, Volt exceeded 2% of all sales with a Chevrolet badge. Average share is however at 1% (much less than in the case of LEAF and Nissan, but this time data provided by General Motors includes trucks).
For more sales-related info, check out the full infographic and see our previous one on the Nissan LEAF (UPDATED with new market share graphs).
U.S. – Chevrolet Volt Sales Card – December 2014