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10 Best Selling electric cars in US First Half 2022

New Car Fans Overseas Electric Cars] Today I’ll show you the 10 best-selling electric cars in the U.S. in 2022 (so far). In the first half of 2022, there are 19 electric vehicles on sale in the U.S., plus more hybrids and plug-in hybrids. So let’s take a look at the 10 best-selling electric cars in the United States in the first half of this year.

10. Tesla Model S (5,155 sold)

In the first quarter of this year, the Tesla Model S sold 4,155 units in the United States. However, in the second quarter, sales of the mid-sized electric sedan fell sharply, with only 1,000 units sold. The Model S is a model vehicle for Tesla’s groundbreaking electric vehicles and self-driving technology. But interest in the Model S started to cool after the Tesla Model S got its first major facelift. Tesla’s sales are likely to fall further after CEO Elon Musk announced that the new Model S will have a maximum range of 412 miles, up from a previously promised range of 520 miles. And consumer reviews of the Model S’s yoke-style (not round) steering wheel have been mixed, which may have contributed to its lacklustre sales.

Base Price: $81,190

EPA range: 402 miles/about 647 kilometers (long-range version)

9. Porsche Taycan (5,367 units sold)

Porsche makes some cars we love a lot, and its first electric car was a huge hit. The Porsche Taycan Turbo S sprints from 0 to 60 mph in 2.4 seconds. It’s a solid performer. It starts at about the same price as the Tesla Model S, but tops out at nearly $200,000 (including all options).

Base Price: $81,250

EPA Range: 200 miles (RWD) 227 miles/365 km (4S Perf Battery Plus)

8. Tesla Model X (6,206 sold)

The Model X, like the Model S, experienced a slowdown in sales ahead of the release of its redesigned model. The Model X will get the same interior updates as the S, including a yoke-style steering wheel. The new Model X was originally expected to go on sale in the first quarter of 2021, but is now delayed until at least this fall.

Base Price: $91,190

EPA Range: 371 miles/597 km (Long Range)

7. Volkswagen ID.4 (6230 units sold)

Technically, the ID.4 isn’t Volkswagen’s first electric car in the U.S. (remember the e-Golf?), but it seems more powerful and more popular with Americans. The ID.4 sold 474 units in the first quarter, why are there so few? Because it was only listed in March in the first quarter, and then the average monthly sales in the second quarter reached more than 1,900 units.

Base Price: $41,190

EPA range: 250 miles/402 kilometers

 6. Audi e-tron and e-tron Sportback (6884 units sold)

The Audi e-tron electric crossover and its stronger e-tron Sportback sold 6,884 units in the first half of the year. Not only will the mid-cycle facelift E-Tron and E-Tron Sportback feature a new battery that will increase their range, but both will also feature a more efficient and improved electric motor, with a range of more than 373 miles. However, the current e-tron can go about 222 miles on a full charge; the e-tron Sportback can go 218 miles.

Base Price: $66,995

EPA range: 222 miles/357 kilometers

5. Nissan Leaf (7,729 units sold)

In theory, the Nissan Leaf isn’t one of the most popular EVs on the market. It’s priced the same as the Chevrolet Bolt and has a range of just 149 miles/240 kilometers on a standard battery pack, compared to the Bolt’s standard 259 miles/416 kilometers. The Leaf isn’t quite as attractive as the other EVs on this list, and the interior is quirky. But the Nissan Leaf went on sale in the U.S. back in 2011, when it was one of the few electric vehicles on the market. Since then, however, the car’s progress has been slow, while its rivals have improved rapidly.

Base Price: $32,620

EPA Range: 149 (40-kWh) 226 miles (62-kWh S)

4. Ford Mustang Mach-E (12,975 sold)

The Mach-E wasn’t Ford’s first electric vehicle, but it was the first Ford EV to be wildly sought after by Americans, or the first to appear on a best-seller list. The Mach-E is available in a variety of configurations, including rear- or four-wheel drive, and has an estimated range of up to 305 miles. The Mach-E is similar in design to the Mustang and drives like a Mustang. A sporty version of the Mach-E GT is on the way, it will have 480 horsepower, and Ford says it will hit 60 mph in 3.8 seconds. Some outlets also named the Mach-E the best electric car of 2021.

Base Price: $43,995

EPA Range: 230 (RWD) / 305 miles (490 km)

3. Chevrolet Bolt EV and EUV (20,288 sold)

The Chevrolet Bolt was recently redesigned and added an EUV model. Bolt sales were up 142% in the first half of this year compared to the first half of last year. The Bolt has 200 horsepower and an estimated range of 259 miles (416 kilometers).

Base Price: $37,495

EPA range: 259 miles

2. Tesla Model 3 (51,510 units sold)

It’s been nearly four years since the Tesla Model 3 hit the market, and it has captivated Americans with its cutting-edge technology and relatively low price. The Model 3’s minimalist design and huge touchscreen are popular design trends, and consumers are buying the car. But Model 3 sales are falling. Tesla Model 3 sales in the first half of this year were 51,510, down 12% from the first half of last year. Why did sales decline and why?

Base Price: $38,690

EPA range: 263 miles (standard Plus RWD), 353 miles/568 km (long-range AWD)

1. Tesla Model Y (76,429 units sold)

The best-selling electric car in the U.S. isn’t the Tesla Model 3, but the Tesla Model Y, which went on sale last summer and quickly outsold everything else. In fact, more people bought the Model Y in the first half of the year than all other non-Tesla electric vehicles combined. The Model Y Long Range has an estimated range of 326 miles/525 kilometers, even though the entry-level model has a range of around 244 miles/393 kilometers. In China, Tesla Model Y officially dropped 71,900 yuan on July 8, and launched a standard battery life rear-drive version of 276,000 yuan. It is expected that sales will also skyrocket, and 276,000 people will buy Model Y. Many people will definitely feel that fragrant. The biggest impact is estimated to be the old owners of domestic electric vehicles and Model Y.

Base Price: $41,190

EPA Range: 244 (Standard Plus RWD) 326 miles (Long Range AWD)

Summary: The above are the 10 best-selling electric vehicles in the United States in the first half of this year. Everyone should have noticed that there are four Tesla models on the list, including Model 3, Model X, Model S and Model Y. In the future, the sales of electric vehicles will get better and better. Unfortunately, the US auto market is not open to China. Otherwise, with the price of domestic electric vehicles and the advantages of battery technology, it will not be difficult to gain a foothold in the United States. What do you think?

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