US automaker Tesla has been leading the way in luxury car sales in the US for the first quarter of this year. This is clear from the Expert Expert report on sales of the fifteen largest luxury brands in the US car market.
That was calculated Tesla It sold 113,882 vehicles in the United States in the first three months of this year. By the way, the American manufacturer Break with last year’s market leadGerman BMW Group, increasing to 33,400 cars.
Tesla sales are slow In the first quarter of this year 59 percent more than the same period last year. At BMW, on the other hand, it was down 3.4 percent to 80,482 units.
In third place is Lexus, down 17 percent to 66,907 units, followed by Mercedes-Benz, which fell 21 percent to 60,632 vehicles.
Infiniti recorded a strong decline, down 43 percent to 11,740 sales. Competitor Genesis, on the other hand, increased 52 percent to 12,549 cars.
Tesla has also established a major dominance in the sales of electric cars in the US market. Experian refers to this market as the United States Has long lagged behind Compared to Europe and China, a strong increase in interest in this electric drive is now being observed among US consumers as well.
Sales of electric cars in the United States in the first quarter of last year were 29 percent higher than the same period last year.
Tesla’s Model Y was the most popular model in the market with sales of 52,051 cars in the first three months of this year. The Model 3 from the same manufacturer is in second place with 47,682 cars sold. Tesla is also in third place with the Model S – with 9,250 units sold.
Ford’s Mustang Mach-E came in fourth with sales of 6,957, followed by Hyundai’s Ioniq 5 (6,265), Kia’s EV6 (4,901), Tesla’s Model X (4,899), Nissan’s Leaf (4,401), Niro Electric (49 Electric) and Volkswagen ( 2,926) ID.4.
Analysts point out that many manufacturers are affected by limited productivity, especially supply chain barriers. “However, Tesla initially invested in the production of large-scale electric vehicles,” analysts point out.
“It’s a great start for the US builder. More than 70 percent of all electric vehicles sold in the U.S. are supplied by Tesla.
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