With the killing of the Chevrolet Volt, GM’s US EV sales have actually declined 3 straight years. And surprisingly, in only 3 years has GM had lower EV sales in the US than in 2020 (2010, 2011, 2015). My 2025 GM US EV forecast (see latest article) is almost the same (241,000) as the cumulative […]
In conducting a recent long-term EV sales forecast, I identified that a potential 210 electric vehicle models (both BEV and PHEV) would be available in the US by the end of 2030. Another 20 or so, mostly PHEV models, would also be phased out by automakers in the latter half of this decade as they […]
Delivery vans might be the first vehicle segment to go 100% electric for several key reasons, including: A small number of large customers, e.g., shipping carriers A much lower total cost of ownership (TCO) which is key for fleet managers. They help companies like Amazon, UPS, FedEx and others achieve their corporate sustainability goals. Delivery […]
Volkswagen’s ID.4 BEV crossover could be one of the most important EVs to help drive EV adoption in the US. It’s specifications or looks won’t wow you, but it’s effective cost might. While it isn’t entirely fair to compare the dual motor, AWD Tesla Model Y with 65 more miles of range to the RWD ID.4 […]
Only two states, California and Oregon, were determined to have all 43 EVs available in their state, followed by Massachusetts and New York with 41 and Maryland and New Jersey with 40.