Data obtained by Buy Shares, shows Tesla maintaining 81.66% market share of the U.S. EV market during the first half of 2020. “Data presented by Buy Shares indicates that Tesla unsurprisingly accounted for 81.66% of all-electric vehicles sold in the United States as of the first half of 2020. During the period, a total of 87,398 electric vehicles were sold in the US with Tesla accounting for 71,375. The company’s popular Tesla Model 3 was the highest-selling with 38,314 units.”
As Tesla doesn’t disclose its sales per market, some of the sales data for Tesla is estimated:
As seen in the chart above, four out of the top five cars on the list are Teslas. An impressive feat considering none of them have access to the $7,500 federal tax credit for EVs. The reason behind the lack of EV tax credit for Tesla buyers is the fact that the automaker has reached a threshold of 200,000 vehicles delivered in the U.S.