The share of electric vehicles in the world market over the past 10 years has increased 41 times and reached 8.3 percent. Last year, electric vehicle sales reached 6.75 million, up 108 percent from the previous year.
As part of climate change goals, countries are accelerating the transition to low-carbon technologies to reduce fossil fuel consumption.
Reforms in the electric vehicle market are reflected in sales at the same pace. All of the net growth in the global automotive market last year came from electric vehicles.
According to Anadolu Agency, citing data from EV-volumes.com, sales of electric vehicles in the global market in 2021 increased by 108 percent compared to the previous year to 6.75 million, which is an all-time high. Sales of electric vehicles in 2020 despite the pandemic amounted to 3.24 million.
If in 2012 the share of electric vehicles in the world market was 0.2 percent, then last year it reached 8.3 percent. Thus, over 10 years, the share of electric vehicles in the global market has grown 41 times.
The largest number of electric vehicles were sold in 2021 in China – 3.4 million. Thus, sales in China grew by 155 percent, or 2.06 million, compared with the previous year.
In Europe, 2.3 million electric vehicles were sold, up 66 percent from 2020. The United States ranks third in electric vehicle sales with 735,000, followed by South Korea with 114,500 electric vehicles. Sales of electric vehicles in Israel, Australia, India and Japan amounted to more than 10,000.
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