US sales of electric vehicles are expected to increase significantly this decade, however, by the end of 2030 EVs will still comprise only a tiny percentage of vehicles in operation (VIO) and the number of internal combustion engine vehicles (ICE) will actually increase by 20 million. These are the findings of new EVAdoption analysis. To […]
EVAdoption forecasts an increase in YOY EV sales in the US of 70% in 2021 versus 2020, with sales increasing to 585,375 in 2021 from 345,285 in 2020.
Tesla’s electric vehicle sale share in the US will drop to 21% in 2030 from the near 67% in 2020.
Can the US reach the climate target of 50 million EVs by 2030? Unlikely without emissions regulations or an outright ban of EVs.
How will the COVID-19 pandemic affect consumer behavior once life begins to transition back to even a semi-normal state
The COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on supply chains and consumer spending will have a negative effect on electric vehicle sales in the US, likely for the next 12-18 months. But a potential double whammy impact on EV sales is the lowest gas prices that many regions have seen in the last decade or more.
2019 sales of electric vehicles in the US decreased 7% to 9% versus the very strong sales growth in 2018, according to separate estimates from Edmunds and InsideEVs.
Sales of electric vehicles will return to positive growth in 2020, with a forecasted volume of new BEV and PHEV sales of 388,880.
Which EV models will likely be the top sellers in 2021 and 2022 and drive the EV sales back to a significant rate of growth?
One of the comments you often hear from legacy automakers and the anti-electric vehicle camp is that “consumers don’t want EVs.” “There are no customer requests for BEVs. None. There are regulator requests for BEVs, but no customer requests.” – Klaus Frölich, via Forbes These electric vehicle “nega-Bobs” will usually tout that either only 1% or […]