While the general plug-in car market shrunk significantly, Tesla is pushing forward
According to the EV Sales Blog, the total volume last month amounted to roughly 176,500, 26% less than a year ago. The market share was 2.2%.
See more of our sales reports for November 2019 here.
Both BEVs and PHEVs were in retreat year-over-year by 26% and 25% respectively.
After 11 months of 2019, sales exceed 1,942,000 (average market share is 2.2%), which means that 2019 will close at around 2.15 million sales, compared to over 2 million in 2018.
More EV car sales reports:
- Plug-in EV car sales in Europe improved 44% in November 2019
- Plug-in EV car sales hit record market share in the UK: 5.8%
Global Plug-In Electric Car Sales – November 2019
The Tesla Model 3 completely overshadows other plug-ins with more than 25,000 estimated sales in November and almost 250,000 YTD!
The closest other BEV last month was the GM-SAIC Baojun E-Series with nearly 10,000 sales (51,698 YTD at #5).
Tesla is a league of its own with around a two times higher sales level in November than the closest other manufacturer and about 50% above the second manufacturer year-to-date.
Top 5 YTD:
- Tesla: 31,337 and 304,841 YTD
- BYD: 10,100 and 208,526 YTD
- BAIC: 7,932 and 124,011 YTD
- SAIC: 15,726 and 122,812 YTD
- BMW: 14,694 and 117,932 YTD
Our thanks to EV Sales Blog for tallying up and estimating the individual sales by OEM