Tesla has got the US electric vehicle market locked down. This much is true as according to some stats, the notion of EVs being registered in the USA are 79% Teslas. About 21% are just everyone else.
Just about 200,691 Tesla cars in 2020 are in constant use by Americans. There’s such an increase that goes above sixteen percent comparable to the last year.
This is actually a lot more than in 2019. The four models on sale are also finding slots to fill out the five EVs from last year. The non-Tesla that stands out is the Chevrolet Bolt EV. It lands as the third-placed EV with 19,664 registered. The Model 3 was so with 95,135 of them. And then the Model Y has about 71,344. This unfortunately puts the Bolt EV at quite the distance.
Electric vehicles have been needing to approach the forefront of the auto industry anyway. IT’s kind of a necessary process. If you don’t have good electric vibrations coming to you with some sort of intention of the final product, then what exactly is the point of leading the World in innovation? It all feels redundant if you don’t have a plan in place.
The automakers that had shifted their priorities to re-enter battery-powered cars also are trying to navigate the dangers. The dangers of the corona virus pandemic. If you can’t handle that much stress, then what else is worth handling? You have to put your mind on the money and money on your mind. And electric vehicle automakers tend to do that sort of thing pretty well.
There’s something relatively important about prioritizing. And if it goes anywhere then it should go towards electric vehicles. And their ongoing production. It matters that much to where you would have to be totally dumb not to do it. That’s how it usually happens.