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.
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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.
From now on, sales will be even higher because the Tesla Model 3 will be five-digit seller each month (between 10,000-25,000).
The question is how high could that figure reach this year with the Tesla Model 3 production boom - 60%, 70%?
In total, the German manufacturer delivered 2,253 plug-ins under the BMW and MINI brands, which stands for roughly 7% of total sales in the country (one of the...
May 2018 became the fourth best month for plug-in electric car sales in the U.S. with healthy growth of 48%.
Plug-In electric car sales in the U.S. accelerated a little bit in April reaching year-over-year growth of 46.5%. In total 19,581 sales were reported.
Thanks to generous incentives and size of the market, China quickly become largest market for plug-in electric cars. In terms of market share, China was at 2.3...
We're accustomed to seeing a new record for plug-in electric car sales in December, but it turns out that March is a record-setting capable month, too.
Growth of plug-in electric car sales is accelerating in the U.S., reaching in February its highest ratio since May of last year.
Toyota Prius Prime (aka Prius Plug-In) is doing better and better in the U.S. and is eating sales of its conventional hybrid siblings.
The first month of 2018, a usual January cool down, didn't bring us much of growth, but with +10% year-over-year it's a solid starting point.
It's time to take a in-depth look at the plug-in electric car sales in the U.S. both for December and the full year 2017.
10% plug-in electric sales growth in November in the U.S. could be the beginning of broader growth to 1% market share.