America’s electric vehicle market has surged over the last decade, and it it is hoped that by 2030 the transition to EVs will make up 50% of all new cars sales in America. Today’s infographic from visualcapitalist.com (by Omri Wallach and Carmen Ang), using data from Car and Driver and EPA, highlights every single EV that’s available for sale across America, showing the wide range of manufacturers, vehicle types, and prices.
As of February 2022, there were 28 different electric vehicles available in the U.S., from 18 different manufacturers. Here are their base model statistics:
It’s important to note that, while America’s EV fleet grew at an annual rate of 28% between 2015 and 2020, China’s grew by 51%, and Europe increased by 41%, but with gas prices at all-time highs, and as consumers grow increasingly concerned over the carbon costs of gas vehicles, switching to an electric car may soon be too hard to resist.
The U.S. is accelerating its transition to electric vehicles (EV) to address climate change…[and] in this infographic…we explore the country’s strategy to have vehicles, batteries, and key parts be made in the United States…[and] then, we look at how this strategy could be fueled by domestic mining and battery recycling.