EV SALES IN ISRAEL
Global Ranking, EV sales by units sold in 2013
Israeli EV sales are ranked based on data available to wattEV2Buy, not according to an official source.
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Registration Of Top Selling Plug-In Electric Vehicles By Model in Israel
EV SALES IN ISRAEL TO DECEMBER 2013
THE ISRAELI EV MARKET IN THE NEWS
Week 11 2017 - Israeli MobilEye sold for an eye-watering amount
Intel acquired the Israeli autopilot company, Mobileye for an incredible $15.3 billion. Mobileye partnered with Tesla on its first generation Autopilot but had a very public fallout round about the time of the first fatal crash in a Tesla Model S using Autopilot. At the time the CEO of Mobileye criticized Elon Musk for being too aggressive with the implementation of autonomous systems.
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