EV Sales

There are several excellent sites that track the US, global or country specific sales of electric vehicles (EVs). These include InsideEVs Sales Scorecard (US), EVObsession, EVVolumes, EV Sales, and FleetKarma (Canada). On this page, EVAdoption will leverage these and other sources to track and analyze specific sales trends – whether by automaker/brand, EV type (BEV versus PHEV), key trend-setting markets such as California and automakers progress toward the 200,000 Federal Tax credit threshold. Stay tuned as we continuously update this page.

Below are sales statistics for the top 10 BEVs and PHEVs in the US using data from the InsideEVs Sales Scorecard. We’ve included year to date, the monthly median sales YTD and the trailing 2 months sales for each EV.

Top 10 BEVs and PHEVs – YTD 2017 (Jan-August) 

Vehicle
Jan 2017
Feb 2017
Mar 2017
April 2017
May 2017
June 2017
July 2017
August 2017
2017 YTD
Monthly Median
Trailing 2 Months Average
Tesla Model S*90017503450112516202350142521501477016851788
Chevrolet Volt161118202132180718171745151814451389517761482
Toyota Prius Prime136613621618181919081619164518201315716321733
Tesla Model X*750800275071517302200165015751217016131613
Chevrolet Bolt1162952978129215661642197121071167014292039
Nissan LEAF7721037147810631392150612831154968512191219
Ford Fusion Energi606837100290510007027035755837703
Ford C-MAX Energi4736396627459509368445249745890
Fiat 500e*7525907855416654954754303590485
BMW i33823187035165065676013593516584

The chart below includes PHEV and BEV sales in the US from 2008 through June 2017. The automakers with the most sales to date are:

  • General Motors: 146,397
  • Tesla: 134,144
  • Nissan: 112,128
  • Ford: 95,891
  • Toyota: 58,576
  • BMW: 46,793

By subtraction this means that GM and Tesla are also closest to reaching the magic threshold of 200,000 EV sales in the US. GM is 53,603 away and Tesla 65,856.

US EV Sales By Model-Brand to June 2017-EVAdoption