Cumulative US Plug-In Electric Vehicle Sales – Model By Model Breakdown With Market Share Data – October 2014

NOV 26 2014 BY ERIC LOVEDAY 8

Data Current Through End Of October 2014 - Data Via InsideEVs

Data Current Through End Of October 2014 – Data Via InsideEVs

Data Current Through End Of October 2014 - Data Via InsideEVs

Data Current Through End Of October 2014 – Data Via InsideEVs

“Unlike congress, EVs are stepping up to the challenge of climate change.”

Tweets InsideEVs contributor Mark Larsen who forwarded us these two representations of U.S. plug-in electric vehicle sales.

Above you’ll see cumulative model-by-model U.S. sales to date (through end of October using sales figures obtained via InsideEVs) and market share for individual plug-in electric models (again, using InsideEVs sales data).

To check out a recap of October 2014′s plug-in sales, and the year-to-date chart – go here.

For a look at some of InsideEVs’ previously published works with graphical contributions from Larsen, check out the links below.

Cumulative US Plug-In Electric Vehicle Sales – Model By Model Breakdown With Market Share Data

US Electric Vehicle Market Share – Model By Model Breakdown

Nissan LEAF Versus Chevy Volt – Cumulative Sales Graph With Exponential Curve

*For more of Mark Larsen’s electric vehicle related works, check out his website here.

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8 Comments on "Cumulative US Plug-In Electric Vehicle Sales – Model By Model Breakdown With Market Share Data – October 2014"

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Wow! GM, Nissan, Toyota and Ford are all ahead of Tesla! Kudos to the leaders in Electric cars.

Big Solar

Yeah, amazing! Huge car companies that have been around for a hundred years can sell a few more electric cars than a company that has been around for 11 years. Unbelievable!!

IDK

@Big Solar +1 Toyota is falling behind. They had an opportunity to be a leader…they lost their touch.

g hh

& yet Tesla’s cars have more than twice the range of any other EV on the market. That kind of makes them number 1. 🙂

Not all pie slices are equivalent … each slice was baked in the oven for a different length of time. In this pie chart, the Volt and LEAF have been baking on dealer lots the longest; some much less.

What this chart doesn’t show is effects of current sales volume vs. historic sales. Expect a re-ordering of the ranking in 2015 as new comers ramp up in volume while long time, slow-medium sellers drop down in ranking.

A more equivalent comparison is to chart model data for: year-1 for all models, year-2 for all models, etc. This way all pie charts would be baked equally. (No slices too gooey, or too crisply)

Happy Thanks Giving!

ggpa

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!

BTW … I thought Leaf and Volt totals must be closer, so I added the annual totals from http://insideevs.com/monthly-plug-in-sales-scorecard/

then for the Volt I get 70205, and for the Leaf 69445.

What am I missing?

It’s inevitable, the Leaf will surpass the Volt soon.

Yep. I’m seeing $129/m0 + $3700 down, 36 mo lease deals in CA for Black Friday for Leaf. Don’t know how it can be so cheap.
Too bad, I already have an EV.