Tesla's electric vehicle sale share in the US will drop to 21% in 2030 from the near 67% in 2020.
How will the COVID-19 pandemic affect consumer behavior once life begins to transition back to even a semi-normal state
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?
US electric vehicle sales continue to be driven primarily by the Tesla Model 3. Sales for July actually declined 10.8% in 2019 versus July 2018. Sales estimates from the InsideEVs…
With Tesla Model 3 estimated US sales in June of 21,225 units according to the InsideEVs Sales Scorecard, YOY sales for June saw an increase of an estimated 51%. January through June's YOY increase bumped up to 19.7%, up from 11.7% for January though May.
Sales of electric vehicles in the US for January through May 2019 are up 11.7% over the same period in 2018. So far this is in line with our growth expectations for all of 2019.
In this article I share selected screenshots of several slides from the 36-slide presentation - "When Will EVs 'Cross the Chasm' Into the Mainstream in the US?" - and add some underlying comments to provide a high-level flavor of my presentation.
States with a higher number of EV models available average an EV sales share of 10 times greater than those with many fewer models.