Tesla vehicles have dominated the US electric vehicle market over the last three years. According to data presented by TradingPlatforms.com, Tesla electric vehicles (EV) hold a combined 74% share of the US electric vehicle market – combined unit sales of 430,592 from 2018-2021.
According to a recent report, the top 10 selling EVs in the US for the last three years account for 97% of all EVs sold in the US for the same time period. As of May 2021, the Tesla Model 3 is the top-selling EV in the US over the preceding three years with 296,392 total unit sales giving Tesla’s most popular model a 50.6% share of the US EV market.
“Tesla is not only dominating the US EV market but is also a market leader in many EV rich regions such as Mainland China and the EU,” said Rex Pascual, editor at Trading Platforms. “Tesla’s status as one of the pioneers to bring EVs into the mainstream solidifies its position as a market leader of the EV industry for years to come.”
Tesla’s two other models, the Tesla Model S and the Tesla Model X, both hold an 11.5% share of the market with 67,335 and 67,225 total unit sales respectively over the last three years. This gives Tesla’s three EVs an estimated combined 74% share of the market.
The Chevy Bolt is the closest competitor to Tesla with 57,629 units sold in the same time period for a 90.8% share, while the Nissan Leaf was the only other EV to hold a more than 5% share of the US EV market.
As of May 2021, Forbes lists Tesla as the 8th largest company in the world with a market capitalization of $710.1B.