USA Electric Cars segment grew 25% in the 2017 and actually is the second best in the World. The market leader Tesla disappointed performing below the industry average, while Chevrolet and Toyota were the fastest.
USA light vehicles market, the second biggest in the World, is still low electrified and the final data on 2017 mix by engine, confirm as little is actually the attention deserved to expand low emission vehicles and create room for alternative fuel engines.
Out of the 17.3 million vehicles sold in the 2017, only 199.732 were electric, with a little 25% increase from the previous year. Hybrid have done even worst, losing volume and share.
The EVs competitive landscape is populated by just a portion of car makers. Tesla was market leader with 55.120 units (+17.9%). However main competitors improved faster, with Chevrolet in second place with 43.659 units (+54.0%) and BMW third with 20.329 (+26.2%).
|Rank 2017||Rank 2016||Brand||Sales 2017||Sales 2016||Variation 2017|
The best-selling model was the Tesla Model S, despite losing 1.1%, with 28.800 sales, followed by the Tesla Model X with 24.000 units (+36.1%) and the fast growing Chevrolet Bolt with 23.297 (+3923%).
|Rank 2017||Rank 2016||Sales 2017||Sales 2016||Variation 2017|
|1||1||Tesla Model S||28.800||29.121||-1,1%|
|2||3||Tesla Model X||24.000||17.629||36,1%|
|5||14||Toyota Prius Prime||19.958||2.422||724,0%|
|7||4||Ford Fusion Energi||9.632||15.938||-39,6%|
|8||6||Ford C-Max Energi||8.140||7.957||2,3%|
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