Only available in the US beginning in Q2 of 2021, the hot-selling Jeep Wrangler 4xe plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) was apparently the top-selling PHEV in the US last year. I say apparently as a PR person with Stellantis, the parent company of Jeep, stated the following to me in a January 18 email: I […]
Assembling estimates from a low of 301,998 to a high of 360,199. That difference in estimated sales amounts to a wide swath of 58,201 or 16% of the high-end estimate. The average across the fie sources is 326,014.
Among electric vehicles from automakers that report specific sales numbers for their EV models, the Toyota RAV4 Prime PHEV was tops in the US in 2021 with 27,3707 units sold. Ford’s Mustang Mach-E in its first year on the market (Ford delivered 3 Mach-E units in December 2020), was the number one-selling BEV among legacy automakers at 27,140 units in 2021.
We are excited to announce the launch of the new EVAdoption Quarterly US Electric Vehicle Sales Scoreboard, beginning with sales data from Q3 of 2021. The Scoreboard will have its own dedicated page and be updated within a few weeks after the end of each quarter.
While EV registrations overall increased 59% in Q1 2021 versus Q1 2020, PHEV registrations more than doubled with an increase of 103.7%.
This is among many other trends you will find in our latest EV data Excel file that compares EV registrations for Q1 2021 to that of Q1 2020.
The first half of 2021 saw record sales of electric vehicles, according to the just released EVAdoption report, US Electric Vehicle Sales Report: 1H 2021. From January 1 to June 30, 2021 an estimated 291,933 BEVs and PHEVs (plug-in electric vehicles) were purchased, roughly 30,000 below the 320,000 average for the full years of 2018-2020.
Arguably the biggest flaw in the Plug-In Electric Drive Vehicle Credit (IRC 30D) regulations is the triggering of a phaseout schedule of the tax credit when a manufacturer sells 200,000 total EVs (BEV and PHEV). In the Clean Energy Act for America (CEAA) proposed legislation, this per manufacturer threshold would be eliminated and replaced with an industry-wide phaseout based on reaching 50% EV sales share.
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.