Diversity In The Electric Vehicle Industry Statistics

The electric vehicle industry has shown significant growth in recent years, with an increasing number of manufacturers, models, and technological innovations contributing to a more diverse market.

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"China represents 57% of the global electric vehicle market."

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"70% of all global electric vehicle sales occurred in just 25 cities worldwide."

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"The EV market share in Europe increased from 3.3% in 2019 to 10.5% in 2020."

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"California, USA accounted for nearly 46.8% of all new electric vehicle registrations in the US in 2020."

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"75% of all electric delivery vans in Europe were bought by Germany, UK, France, and the Netherlands in 2020."

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"By 2030, India plans to achieve 30% electric vehicle adoption."

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"Asian and European manufacturers currently control over 90% of the EV battery market."

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"In 2020, Europe outpaced China in electric vehicle sales for the first time since 2015."

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"An estimated 3 million electric vehicles were sold globally in 2020."

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"The electric vehicle market is expected to reach $912.2 billion by 2027."

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"The global Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) market accounted for $2.86 billion in 2018 and is anticipated to reach $18.96 billion by 2026."

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"The global average price of electric vehicles dropped to $36,600 in 2020, a decrease of more than 6% from 2019."

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"Tesla is the leading electric vehicle brand in the U.S., with a market share of about 79% as of 2020."

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"Oslo, Norway holds the title of having the world's highest percentage of electric cars sold among new car sales, estimated at around 56.2% in 2019."

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"Projections show that by 2025, electric cars will become cheaper to buy than internal combustion engine vehicles."

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