According to the latest sales data for midsize luxury, the Tesla Model 3 sent quite the ripple through the segment.
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Tesla managed to stay within the top 20 models and brands for sales in the U.S. in October 2018. We expect higher rankings in the coming months.
October was a good month for plug-in car sales in U.S. as according to our own estimations, some 34,094 passenger cars were sold, which translates to growth of...
The month of October 2018 shows another significant increase in U.S. EV sales. We can only imagine what the next few months will bring.
We track all plug-in electric vehicles sales in the U.S. on a month-to-month basis. Let's take a look at how the month of October played out.
The most popular model in September was the Tesla Model 3 with a record of nearly 23,600 sales and almost 12% of the total plug-in car volume.
In September Tesla sold more cars in Europe than Lexus. In 2019, when the Model 3 launches there, it will be no contest between the 2 makes.
You may be surprised by how many U.S. states still don't allow Tesla to sell its cars. The automaker is fighting archaic laws on its behalf.
Not only Jaguar, also Porsche is not able to keep pace with Tesla any more. During Q3'2018, Tesla sold 26% more cars than Porsche.
Plug-in electric car sales in Canada are estimated at about 4,396 for September, which translates to year-over-year growth of 93% at a market share of over 2.5%.
Tesla, after just some 15 years since inception, sells more cars globally than Jaguar. Let that sink in for a moment or two before we dive into Model 3 sales alone.
In September 2018, sales of plug-in electric cars in the Netherlands reached 2,796, which is some 150% more than a year ago.
Tesla Model 3 surged so much in September that it became the #13 best-selling vehicle in the U.S., including trucks and SUVs.
The month of September 2018 shows a huge surge in U.S. EV deliveries. This is positive news for the future of adoption in the segment.
We track all plug-in electric vehicles sales in the U.S. on a month-to-month basis.
Rapidly growing Tesla sales put pressure on the already tough U.S. premium/luxury segment according to Bernhard Kuhnt, CEO of BMW North America.
Those automotive dinosaurs don't have it easy these days. Let's check out how Tesla sales compare to BMW and Mercedes-Benz in the U.S.
An analyst at Instinet believes that Tesla can not only achieve profit, but become sustainably profitable over the long term.
The EV revolution in U.S. is engaging higher gear and the main force that enables thousands to switch to electric cars is Tesla of late.
Tesla production and deliveries of electric cars in the third quarter more than tripled year-over-year in line with the company's guidance.