U.S. Plug-In Electric Car Sales Overview – May 2016
May 2016 wasn’t lucky enough to bring numerical growth to plug-in car sales in the U.S., as 11,423 were delivered (some 1% below 2015).
However, we should note that sales expressed as a percentage was up, as May 2016 only had 24 selling days in it, as compared to the 26 selling days found in 2015. Accounting for selling days, sales increased 7.2% (or an adjusted ~12,375 sales).
Roughly 50,000 plug-in were sold in the first five months of 2016 – which is up 13% year-over-year.
Market share in May stands at 0.74%.
Last month, the mainstream plug-in electric car counter for the US exceeded the 450,000 mark, and now quickly heads for the 500,000 milestone before the end of the year.
As always, all the historical monthly sales can be found on our US plug-in scorecard here, as well as a recap of the latest month’s individual model results.