42% Of Legacy Automakers Still Don’t Offer An EV in the US
The biggest hurdle to adoption of electric vehicles in the US remains supply, as 42% (14 out of 33) of legacy automaker brands that have vehicles for sale in the US - still do not offer an EV (either BEV or PHEV) for sale in the world's second largest auto market.

42% Of Legacy Automakers Still Don’t Offer An EV in the US

The biggest hurdle to adoption of electric vehicles in the US remains supply, as 42% (14 out of 33) of legacy automaker brands that have vehicles for sale in the US - still do not offer an EV (either BEV or PHEV) for sale in the world's second largest auto market.

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How are the “Tesla Killers” Faring So Far in the US?
US Top 12 Selling EVs Jan-June 2019

How are the “Tesla Killers” Faring So Far in the US?

The media and Tesla shorts and haters love to tout every new BEV that comes to market as the latest "Tesla Killer." That moniker usually has little basis in reality, but is simply used by headline writers to attract eyeballs and haters and shorts to rally the bearish story on Tesla.

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Supply: Model Availability and Price Discrepancy Between EVs and ICE Vehicles Remain a Top Hurdle to Mass Adoption in the US

Two fundamental hurdles to mass adoption of EVs are: 1) The lack of choice and availability of EV models, especially in certain categories; and 2) The price differential between EVs and gas/diesel-powered vehicles.

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Electric Vehicles Aren’t Weird Looking Anymore, But Is That a Good Thing?

In a few years when EVs start to become more mainstream, being normal and just being viewed as another car will be a good thing. But for the near term, and in markets where EVs are primarily only being purchased by "early adopters," EV models have to stand out and be differentiated in a fairly significant way to see exceptional sales.

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All-Time Top-Selling EV Models and Brands in the US – Model 3 and Tesla Dominate

Through March of 2019 and using data from the InsideEVs Sales Scorecard, Tesla has accounted for 32% of all electric vehicles in the US. General Motors is a distant second at 18% share of total EV sales. The two automakers combined have accounted for 50% of sales.

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