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Best-selling all-electric cars in the United States 2017

Best-selling all-electric cars in the United States in 2017, based on sales (in units)

Best-selling all-electric cars in the United States 2017 This graph illustrates the best-selling all-electric cars in the United States in 2017, based on unit sales. In 2017, Nissan sold a little over 11,000 Leaf vehicles to customers in the United States. The 107 horsepower car is equipped with a 24 kilowatt hour lithium-ion battery and has a range of 84 miles, according to the manufacturer. In 2016, around 268.8 million vehicles were registered overall in the United States.
Best-selling all-electric cars in the United States

In 2017, the Tesla Model S was the best-selling all-electric car models in the United States at 27,060 units, followed closely by Chevrolet's Bolt and the Model X of which 21,315 units were sold. Tesla generated 4.2 billion U.S. dollars in revenue in the United States alone in the fiscal year of 2016. Although many carmakers remain skeptical and claim they do not believe in the hype around all-electric vehicles, BMW introduced its BMW i series in November 2013. Globally, the automaker sold almost 20,576 vehicles between January and September 2015, up from only 311 units in November and December 2013.

The demand for electric vehicles is projected to rise over the next two decades with worldwide revenues estimated to grow from 84 billion U.S. dollars in 2012 to almost 272 billion U.S. dollars in 2019. Similarly, the number of environmentally-friendly cars in use, including both the hybrid and electric vehicles, reached around 1.3 million units in 2016. Infrastructure improvements, as well as the level of gasoline prices in many countriescontinues to influence demand for electric vehicles.
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This graph illustrates the best-selling all-electric cars in the United States in 2017, based on unit sales. In 2017, Nissan sold a little over 11,000 Leaf vehicles to customers in the United States. The 107 horsepower car is equipped with a 24 kilowatt hour lithium-ion battery and has a range of 84 miles, according to the manufacturer. In 2016, around 268.8 million vehicles were registered overall in the United States.
Best-selling all-electric cars in the United States

In 2017, the Tesla Model S was the best-selling all-electric car models in the United States at 27,060 units, followed closely by Chevrolet's Bolt and the Model X of which 21,315 units were sold. Tesla generated 4.2 billion U.S. dollars in revenue in the United States alone in the fiscal year of 2016. Although many carmakers remain skeptical and claim they do not believe in the hype around all-electric vehicles, BMW introduced its BMW i series in November 2013. Globally, the automaker sold almost 20,576 vehicles between January and September 2015, up from only 311 units in November and December 2013.

The demand for electric vehicles is projected to rise over the next two decades with worldwide revenues estimated to grow from 84 billion U.S. dollars in 2012 to almost 272 billion U.S. dollars in 2019. Similarly, the number of environmentally-friendly cars in use, including both the hybrid and electric vehicles, reached around 1.3 million units in 2016. Infrastructure improvements, as well as the level of gasoline prices in many countriescontinues to influence demand for electric vehicles.
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