China Dominates Global EV Sales


China annual EV sales are on track to hit a one-million-unit milestone this year, as demand continues to rise significantly. In the first four months of the year, China sold 225,310 EVs , for a whopping 149-percent increase over the same period in 2017. Overall, Chinese sales over the period totaled 9.5 million vehicles (electric and traditional), up roughly 5 percent. In terms of EVs, China’s sales accounted for nearly 50 percent of all EV sales in the first quarter of 2018 worldwide. 

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Chinese government is determined to realize its EV goals. This country has already overtake Europe and the U.S. is far behind both of them.  

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In 2017 more EV were sold in China than in the rest of the world
 
The best selling EV model in the world is not a Tesla nor the Nissan Leaf but a chinese EV : the BAIC EC
 
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At the same time Tesla has moved to significantly boost its position in China. According to the National Enterprise Credit Information Publicity System, Tesla has registered a new electric car firm in Shanghai with focus on EVs, spare parts and batteries, also planning to announce a Chinese location for a new battery Gigafactory. 

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