Tesla left no chance for competitors - sales of electric cars in the U.S. jumped by 44% over the year
By: Maksim Panasovskyi | 09.01.2023, 22:38
Last year, Tesla was able to sell almost one and a half times more cars in the U.S. than in 2021. Only one other auto producer can boast of growth besides Tesla.
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Sales of Tesla electric cars in 2022 compared to 2021 grew by 44%. General Motors is in second place with a huge lag from the leader. GM was only able to increase sales of electric cars by 3%.
(Chart by James Stephenson) pic.twitter.com/rOHfjXGVmU- Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 8, 2023
But other manufacturers can't even boast of such growth. BMW and Hyundai-KIA sales are down 1%, Ford is down 2%, Subaru is down 5%, and Toyota is down 10%. Nissan with minus 25% and Honda with minus 33% were the worst performers in 2022.