2015 Monthly Sales Chart For The Major Plug-In Automakers - *Estimated Tesla NA Sales Numbers – Reconciled on Quarterly Totals, ** Fiat Does Not Report Sales Directly, Estimate Based on State/Rebate Data

2015 Monthly Sales Chart For The Major Plug-In Automakers - *Estimated Tesla NA Sales Numbers – Reconciled on Quarterly Totals, ** Fiat Does Not Report Sales Directly, Estimate Based on State/Rebate Data

Tesla Model S & Tesla Energy Powerwall

Tesla Model S & Tesla Energy Powerwall

Out of over 32,400 plug-in electric cars delivered in the US so far this year, Tesla Motors delivered the most  - 19.7%, almost one per five is a Tesla Model S.

Nissan LEAF sits right behind Tesla with some 17.4% market share, although market share is falling and sales year-over-year are too.

Believe it or not, but BMW i3 seems to be holding third place with 9.5%.

Then we have Chevrolet Volt at 8.6% and Fiat 500e, which closes out the Top 5 with 8.0%

Situation changes a little bit when we switch to brands.

As you can see, thesingle Tesla Model S selling enough to stay ahead of brands that have multiple models on the market like Ford or Chevrolet.

The top 3 - Tesla 19.7%, Nissan 17.4% and Ford 16.1% - are very close. BMW 11.0% sits just behind Chevrolet 12.5%.

Three quarters of all plug-ins sold this year comes from those five brands.

U.S. Plug-In Car Market So Far In 2015 By Brand - Pie Chart

U.S. Plug-In Car Market So Far In 2015 By Brand - Pie Chart