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    Thursday, October 20, 2016

    Looking Ahead At The EV Market

    Which plug-in electric car will sell best next year? Poll results

    John Voelcker, October 19, 2016 (Green Car Reports)

    “Sales of plug-in electric cars were essentially flat in the U.S. last year compared to 2014, and this year isn't necessarily going to be much better...Part of that is due to product cadence: the Nissan Leaf and Tesla Model S, two of the top-selling cars in previous years, are now relatively old vehicles…The Chevy Volt plug-in hybrid is only in its second year, and it's selling adequately, but few other high-volume models have entered the market…But with the Volt's sibling the Bolt EV electric car soon to start sales in some regions, it's possible a new and higher-volume vehicle will enter the market…[An informal poll showed Twitter followers expect the Bolt EV to be] the best-selling plug-in vehicle in the U.S. for 2017...followed by the Tesla Model S…[The] Nissan Leaf—still by far the world's best-selling electric car—was chosen as next year's U.S. best seller by a mere 8 percent of respondents…” click here for more

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