EV sales graphs depicting the phenomenal growth in electric car sales
Two million electric cars were sold in 2018.
EV sales are growing at an exponential rate.
Forecasting EV sales are becoming a rather difficult task as EV sales reach new records on a monthly basis. Predictions for EV sales are continuously adjusted upwards while the time between each new million cars sold milestone decreases rapidly. The five million electric car sales milestone is expected to be reached in January 2019, which is only four short months after reaching the four million EVs sold threshold in September 2018. It took nearly five years before one million EVs were sold in late 2014 and seventeen months to reach 2 million EVs sold in June 2017. Ten months later, in March 2018, EV uptake reached three million vehicles.
The Top 10 EV countries in 2018 ranked
of global EV stock were sold in China at end of 2018.
of cars sold in California were EVs in August '18
growth rate in global EV sales in 2018
of global sales will be EV's by 2030
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