Monthly Electric Vehicle (EV) Sales Updates
- Florida is making a comeback with EV sales breaking 4,000 units in February, increasing almost 90% month-over-month.
- While we're seeing many states drop in EV sales from January to February, Washington state jumped 28% month-over-month with almost 2,000 units sold in February.
- The most sold EV for the month of February was the Tesla Model Y. Outside of Tesla, the highest selling EV was the Nissan LEAF.
- Iowa increased their EV Sales by 69% month-over-month, the largest jump across all 26 states being tracked.
- Louisiana and Kentucky are making strides in their state's EV sales with the second and third highest sales increase month-over-month.
- EV sales remain on an upward trajectory with an increase in overall sales for the third month in a row. January saw a 1.73% increase in sales over December.
- Wisconsin tripled their EV sales with almost 700 EV units sold in the month of December.
- Maine recorded a 101% increase in EV sales month-over-month.
- EV sales continue to climb steadily with December EV sales claiming 1.66% of all vehicles sold in that month. Up from 1.50% in November.
- Another small increase in month-over-month EV sales, November saw EVs claiming 1.50% of all vehicle sales in November.
- While almost all states had a decrease in EV sales, Florida (+119%), Michigan (+21%) and Tennessee (+13%) increased EV sales month-over-month.
- While Tesla models outsell all other EV models, the LEAF and Mustang Mach-E closely follow with nearly 3k new and used sold units combined in November.
- Increasing slightly from last month, EV sales account for 1.43% of all vehicles sales in October.*
- Texas increased their EV sales 131% month-over-month (Sept 2021 vs Oct 2021), and ranked the second highest state for EV sales for October.
- Louisiana also saw a drastic increase in EV sales with a 90% increase month-over-month.
- Currently, EVs hold 1.09% of the 2.9 million vehicles sold in September.*
- California ranks as the top State for all EVs sold in September, with 5.15% of sold units in the State being EVs.
- Top EV model in September was the Tesla Model 3 with over 11,000 units sold, followed by the Tesla Model Y with just over 8,400 units sold.
EV Trend Charts
Source: Cross-Sell Interactive®
*DISCLAIMER: Cross-Sell uses, and relies on the accuracy of, information received from the 26 states that provide the reports, and the data included on this page is derived solely from that information.