Therefore, despite the year-on-year decline in the overall market, pure electric vehicles in the U.S. market are still very popular and are expected to continue to grow, and the market has high acceptance of electric vehicles of different brands.
1. The proportion of pure electricity in the United States rose to 4.6%, and Tesla accounted for 71.8%
According to Experian’s automotive analysis, the market share of pure electric vehicles has hit a new record of 4.6% nationwide.
Among the top 10 all-electric models, four are Tesla vehicles (Model 3/Model Y, Model S/Model X) and three are from Hyundai Motor Group (Hyundai Ani Krypton 5, Kia 6 and Kia extremely rui). The other four models are the Ford Mustang Mach-E, Nissan LEAF and Volkswagen ID.4.
It can be said that Tesla dominates the pure electric market segment in the United States. Tesla registered 113,882 vehicles in the first quarter (up 59% year over year), accounting for 71.8% of the pure electric market.
Another thing worth highlighting is that the Hyundai Motor Group is also making rapid progress, with Hyundai having sold 15,414 pure electric vehicles, including 8,450 Kias and 6,964 Hyundai. Overall, Hyundai’s total sales were twice that of Ford’s 7,407.
Second, the modern growth rate ranked first ID. 4 surged 656%
According to the US electric vehicle registration data for the first quarter of 2022, in addition to the 113,882 Tesla electric vehicles sold (a year-on-year increase of 59%) this quarter, 44,807 pure electric vehicles of other brands were also sold.
Among them, Kia ranked second, with sales of 8,450 units, a year-on-year increase of 735%, and the growth rate ranked first among pure electric brands in the United States.
Ford also sold 7,407 pure electric vehicles, up 91 percent year-on-year. Among them, the Mustang Mach-E sold 6,957 units, an increase of 80% year-on-year. The F-150 Lightning also pre-sold 54 units.
Hyundai’s pure electric sales also surged 236 percent to 6,964 units. Among them, Hyundai Krypton 5 accounted for the majority, with sales of 6,265 units.
In addition, the ID. 4 also surged 656%, with sales reaching 2,926 units. Nissan’s model sales also rose 23 percent to 4,401 vehicles. At the same time, the sales of Polestar 2, which was launched not long ago in Meigang, also reached 2,384 units.
The only decline was in Chevrolet all-electric sales, down 95 percent to 479 units.
Here are the top 10 EV models sold in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2022:
Tesla Model Y
Tesla Model 3
Ford Mustang Mach-E
Tesla Model X
Hyundai Ioniq 5
Tesla Model S
Conclusion: Hyundai and other car companies make efforts in the pure electric market in the United States
In addition to the familiar Tesla, Hyundai also appeared in the U.S. pure electric sales rankings this time. And Hyundai’s performance is also very bright, or it is expected to compete with Tesla in the US market in the future.
Of course, most of the pure electric market is still occupied by Tesla. But the strength of these new brands should not be underestimated. In addition, Volkswagen’s sales in the United States have increased significantly. It seems that Diess really likes the fat of the pure electric market in the United States. In addition to the famous Polestar on the list, there are many growing car companies on the list. It seems that there is not much time left for Musk.