How many electric cars are there in the world?

How many electric cars are there in the world in 2020?

There were some 6.8 million battery electric vehicles in use globally in 2020. That year, more than three million new battery electric vehicles were added to the worldwide fleet.

How many electric cars are on the road today?

Current EV registrations in the US, sorted by state

State # of EV registrations Percent of total EVs (Approx)
California 425,300 42%
Colorado 24,670 2.4%
Connecticut 9,040 0.90%
Delaware 1,950 0.20%

How many electric cars are there in the world in 2021?

Global sales of electric vehicles increased by 160% in the first half of 2021 from a year earlier to 2.6 million units, according to research firm Canalys, the latest sign of transformation afoot in the global auto business.

How many electric cars sold USA?

Since 2010, annual sales of EVs in the United States have grown an astronomical 19,302.85%, from only 1,191 vehicles sold in 2010 to 231,088 in 2020, according to the Global EV Data Explorer.

How many electric cars will be on the road in 2030?

The number of electric cars, buses, vans and heavy trucks on roads is expected to hit 145 million by 2030, the International Energy Agency said on Thursday.

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What percentage of electric cars are Tesla?

From January through June 2020, Tesla accounted for a staggering 79.5% of all new EVs registered in the US. During the same six months in 2021, 66.3% of new-EV registrations went to Tesla, according to Experian data published Monday.

How many EV cars sold 2021?

Global Plug-In Electric Car Sales – September 2021

So far this year, passenger plug-in electric car sales stand at almost 4.3 million (more than in the entire 2020 – 3.1 million), while the market share increased to 7.0%. It’s expected that in 2021, plug-in car sales will exceed 6 million.

How many EVs are in China?

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Total EV sales in China were 1.3 million, an increase of 8% compared to 2019, and 41% of all EVs sold worldwide. Though Europe sold more than China for the first time since 2015, China is still the world’s biggest national market for EVs.