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TESLA EV Market in 2020 EV Charger demand is increasing


TESLA EV Market in 2020
EV Charger demand is increasing



Tesla Model 3 has been performing well since its launch. The latest data shows that this model will account for 72% of Tesla's full-year shipments in 2020, and occupy 12% of the entire EV market. It has been the best-selling EV for the third consecutive year.

Portable EV Charger will be very good house charging for all EV vehicles.


Tesla launched the Model 3 in 2017, and its standard version is priced at $35,000. At the same time, the company does not compromise on design, providing users with sufficient cruising range and performance specifications. Since then, Model 3 has been Tesla's most popular model, and it has also become the world's most popular electric car. More critically, this model also promotes the global transition to sustainable transportation to a certain extent.



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According to data from EV Sales Blog, an electric vehicle sales tracking agency, global electric vehicle sales reached 3.124 million in 2020, and Model 3 has dominated the global EV market for the third consecutive year, with a market share of 12% and sales of 365. 240 vehicles.


The EV Sales Blog stated that Tesla Model 3 topped the list for the third time in a row on the final EV sales rankings in 2020, and it has greatly distanced itself from other models. There is no real competitor yet. It looks like this car may win the championship for the fourth time in a row in 2021, which will be the same as the record of Nissan Leaf. The latter won the title of the world's best-selling EV in 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2016.


This year, Tesla also delivered the best results in history under the joint promotion of Model 3 and Model Y. Model 3 is undoubtedly the biggest contributor. According to the production and sales data released by the company, Tesla delivered a total of 509,737 vehicles in 2020, of which Model 3 and Model Y totaled 454,932, accounting for 89% of its annual deliveries.


Data from the EV Sales Blog shows that Model 3 accounted for 72% of Tesla's full-year sales in 2020, which means that nearly 3 out of every 4 vehicles sold this year are Models. 3. However, as Model Y's production capacity in China continues to increase, coupled with the Berlin Giga will also start delivery later this year, this crossover is likely to reduce Tesla's total market share. However, as sustainable transportation is more widely used globally, market demand for electric vehicles will continue to grow, and Model 3 sales are not expected to be affected.