The San Francisco Bay Area stands out in terms of plug-in electric car sales. In the first half of 2018, some 12.8% of new retail car sales were BEVs or PHEVs.
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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.
Because of the Tesla Model 3 sales tsunami, California experienced a high acceleration of plug-in electric car sales in the past few 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...
According to US DOE, between December 2010 and July 2018, most of the plug-in electric cars sold in the U.S. are battery electric.
Ford once was selling more than 3,000 plug-in electric cars a month, but now that figure is below 500. Why? Let's take a look.
In September, more than 75% (3:1) sales of plug-in electric cars in the U.S. were BEVs. The most recent ramp-up of Tesla Model 3 pushed BEVs way ahead of PHEVs.
Tesla Model 3 surged so much in September that it became the #13 best-selling vehicle in the U.S., including trucks and SUVs.
General plug-in electric car sales for the first time in U.S. history exceeded 3% market share, almost touching 3.1%.
Thanks to nearly 45,000 plug-in cars sold in September, cumulative sales of reached one million units, including over 230,000 so far this year.
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.
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.
Cumulative sales of the most popular models again is all Tesla Model 3, which is moving up so quickly that everything else seems like it's in slow mo.
Thanks to record sales result in August, estimated by us at 23,175 (up 509% year-over-year), Tesla is now among the top-selling car brands in the U.S.
We can't yet guarantee that the Model 3 will be 1st by the end of this year, but it's certain that the old stance of consumers don't want electric cars is far...
Tesla Model 3 is now 5th best-selling passenger car in U.S. No joke. Tesla Model 3 devours the competition of any kind, regardless of powertrain type.
The record share of over 2.1% was achieved thanks to record sales of 29,514 plug-in cars, which is roughly 90% more than a year ago.
Here is more detailed look at the Tesla Model 3 and closest competitors in the segment in U.S. In July Model 3 outperformed the rest of automotive industry.
BMW Group noted 7.2% decrease of plug-in electric car sales in July (1,859), although seven-months are positive (up 39.5%).
Tesla increased electric car sales in U.S. by more than four times in July. According to IEVs estimates, last month Tesla deliveries amounted 16,775.