Tesla and Tesla Model 3 dominate the market

According to InsideEVs' plug-in electric car sales data compiled by EVAdoption, almost two years of Tesla Model 3 availability in the U.S. has changed a lot on the market.

Tesla and the Model 3 become the top in brands and model ranking. Let's see the comparison.

Brands/Manufacturers

First of all, the Tesla brand now is responsible for 32% of all plug-in electric cars sold from December 2010 through March 2019 (and that is even with not excluding plug-in hybrids). Moreover, Tesla's share is improving every month as it currently sells the most cars.

The second highest is GM (mostly Chevrolet), which with nearly 18% is significantly ahead of Nissan (11%), Ford (10%) and Toyota (9%).

Plug-in electric car sales in U.S. - March 2019 (Source: evadoption.com)

One of the problems that the two leaders have is that when each exceeded 200,000 sales in the U.S., the federal tax credit phase-out procedure started. The difference between the full $7,500 incentive and only $3,750 or less is very significant, especially for mainstream brands.

Plug-in electric car sales in U.S. - March 2019 (Source: evadoption.com)

Models

In case of models, the Tesla Model 3 recently overtook the retired Chevrolet Volt, which is now set to fall to third as the Tesla Model S is rising consistently.

Plug-in electric car sales in U.S. - March 2019 (Source: evadoption.com)

Hat Tip To Mario!!!

Source: evadoption.com