45% of all plug-ins sold so far this year in U.S. are Tesla Model 3.
In June, plug-in electric car sales in the U.S. significantly accelerated as InsideEVs data shows 37,818 sales (confirmed or estimated), which is 51% more than a year ago.
Also, the market share finally went up to roughly 2.5%. Total sales after six months are close to 149,000 at an average 1.8% market share.
Let’s see how the results look on the graphs.
U.S. Plug-In Car Sales – June 2019
July is expected to be weaker than June – at least usually was in the past.
Tesla Model 3 remains the lone market leader of the plug-in market with 21,225 sales for the month and 67,650 YTD.
The LOL chart in June proves that Model 3 sales are not going to slow down. Soon, the Model S should be able to take second place as the Chevrolet Volt is retired.
The Top 10 chart highlights the success of Model 3 once again, but, very surprising, the Model X moves to 2nd for the year.
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