Tesla Model 3 YOY US Sales Increases 113%; All Other EVs Decline 18.8%

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The Tesla Model 3 continues to dominate EV sales in the US, with no other BEV or PHEV coming anywhere close to its sales volume.

For the year-to-date period of January to July 2019, the Model 3 saw a YOY sales increase of 113%, while all other EVs declined 18.8% YOY, using data from the InsideEVs Sales Scorecard.

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