EVAdoption forecast sales of the F-150 Lightning based on Ford’s 80,000 production target for 2022, recent and expected Transit-E and Mach-E sales, plus the PHEV sales to arrive at 223,258 cumulative sales through Q3 2022.
Despite a number of new BEVs and PHEVs being introduced by other automakers, Tesla continues to dominates EV sales in California accounting for 65.3% of BEV and PHEV registrations in Q1 2022 (January 1 – March 31, 2022), according to analysis by EVAdoption from California Energy Commission (2022) data.
Over the 12-year period of 2010-2021, five different BEVs and PHEVs have held the title of being the number one EV in California as ranked by registrations.
58% of US EV sales in 2021 were models from Tesla and GM — which were ineligible for the federal EV tax credit due to reaching the 200,000 manufacturer cap a few years ago.
(PHEV) Prime versions. With the RAV4 ranking as the 4th-best-selling vehicle in the US since 2017, this sales percentage of “electrified” versions is a significant trend and milestone.
The state of New Jersey, which as as of September 31, 2021 had the 6th most cumulative EVs in the US, had the highest ratio of EVs to charger ports at 41.3 to 1. In a distant second place, California with 930,811 cumulative EVs, had a ratio of 27.2 to 1 charger port.
Based on global production of 200,000 units in 2023, Ford could sell an estimated 80,000 Mustang Mach-E BEVs in the US in 2023.
Since 1998 when the California DMV began tracking EV registrations, unsurprisingly Tesla has dominated EV sales and through September 30, 2021 the company has accounted for 38.4% of all EV (both BEV and PHEV) registrations. In fact, Tesla has sold more EVs in California than the next four brands combined (37.6%): Chevrolet (14.0%), Toyota (10.4%), […]
Through November 2021, the Ford Mustang Mach-E has sold 24,791 units in California and should reach 27,000 or more by year end. This would make it the highest selling BEV in the US for 2021, after the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y.
Through September 2021 (Q3), 380,620 Tesla electric vehicles have been sold in California — accounting for 62% of all BEVs sold, according to data from the California Energy Commission/California DMV.
Through April 2021 PHEVs accounted for 36.7% of EVs (BEV and PHEV) sold in the US since January 2011. And in California, the most EV-centric state in the US, PHEVs comprise a slightly higher percentage of EV registrations to date at 38.3%.
Since reaching US Ford dealers in earnest beginning in February 2021, the Mustang Mach-E has seen strong sales for a brand new EV that isn’t from Tesla. YTD, the Mach-E has sold 15,829 units and has averaged monthly sales of 2,261. Looking at just February through July and the monthly average rises to 2,599.
Based on EVAdoption estimates, it is likely that in late July (or if not then, by early August) 2021, the US passed the 2 million cumulative electric vehicles sold milestone.
en US EV sales goals and infrastructure plans grabbing headlines, but actual sales are also grabbing headlines. Based on our EVAdoption forecast for the year, 2021 EV sales could account for 26% of all EVs sold since 2008, the beginning of the current modern era of EVs in the US.
While we wait for the Toyota bZ4X BEV in 2022 and fingers crossed for more RAV4 Prime PHEVs being sent to the US, Toyota USA is crushing it with sales of its regular hybrids. Our current EVAdoption forecast has regular hybrids accounting for ~23.3% of 2021 sales (Toyota brand only, not including Lexus.)