One of the keys to consumer adoption of electric vehicles is simply the number of models that are available when a consumer visits their local dealer. In the US, out of 38 major brands, 16 currently do not offer a single BEV or PHEV for sale, and 11 only offer 1 EV. (Ford, Volkswagen, and Jeep will have EVs in the next few months.)

With 6 EVs (5 PHEV, 1 BEV), BMW currently offers the most models in the US, followed by Tesla, Mercedes-Benz, Hyundai, Volvo, and Audi each with 4 EVs. Kia and Porsche each offer 3 EVs. Only three automakers offer two or more BEVs: Tesla (4), Hyundai (2), and Audi (2).

AutomakerBEVsPHEVsTotal
BMW156
Hyundai224
Kia123
Mercedes-Benz044
Tesla404
Volvo134
Honda011
Porsche123
Chevrolet101
Audi224
Fiat000
Ford000
Jaguar101
Mini112
Mitsubishi011
Nissan101
Karma011
Polestar112
Subaru011
Toyota022
Volkswagen000
Chrysler011
Bentley011
Acura000
Alfa Romeo000
Buick000
Cadillac000
Dodge000
GMC000
Genesis000
Infiniti000
Jeep000
Land Rover022
Lexus000
Lincoln011
Mazda 000
Ram000
Total173451

Note: The Volkswagen eGolf is no longer available in the US. The Ford Fusion Energi has ceased production. The Fiat 500e is no longer being produced for the US market, but some inventory at dealers may remain.