Tesla sells more EVs in the U.S. than all other manufacturers combined

In November, Tesla sold in the U.S. approximately 24,600 electric cars (InsideEVs' estimation), which is the second-best monthly result ever. Annual growth rate hit a remarkable 592%!

Our estimates stand at:

  • Model 3 – 18,650
  • Model X – 3,200
  • Model S – 2,750
  • Total: 24,600 (up 592%)

The rolling 12-month Tesla sales tally in the U.S. increased to 178,000.

Tesla sales in U.S. - November 2018

In the first 11 months of 2018, Tesla delivered over 159,000 BEVs:

  • Model 3 – 114,532
  • Model S – 22,495
  • Model X – 22,000
  • Total: 159,027 (up 290% from 40,812)

Tesla Model 3 sales in U.S. - November 2018
Tesla Model S sales in U.S. - November 2018
Tesla Model X sales in U.S. - November 2018

Cumulative sales of all three models is now exceeding 300,000:

  • Model S – 140,642
  • Model 3 – 116,304
  • Model X – 61,752
  • Total: 318,698

Tesla sales in U.S. - November 2018

As you can see below, since Model 3 is delivered in volume, Tesla controls the majority of the plug-in market in the U.S. and absolutely dominates the all-electric segment.

Tesla's share of plug-in car sales in the U.S:

  • July - 57%
  • August - 64%
  • September - 67%
  • October - 60%
  • November - 56%

Tesla sales in U.S. - November 2018