Tesla’s Market Share in the U.S. Sees Steady Rise Over Last Two Years, Increasing by 125%

Available data shows Tesla has been growing its presence in three of its key markets, North America, Europe, and China. According to a StockApps analysis, it grew its U.S market share from 1.2 percent in Q1 2020 to 2.7 percent in Q1 2022. That’s a 125 percent jump in its American foothold in the last couple of years.

Edith Reads, StockApps’ lead financial analyst, says, “Tesla’s performance in the EV market has been impressive. Its market share is on a steady rise, with more sales being generated from the key automotive markets. Also, the company is acquiring new markets, boosting the total market share. This growth contrasts with the global supply chain trends, which are currently highly volatile.”

The market share analysis

The company recorded a boom in the market share value in 2022. For instance, in the first quarter of 2022, the company sold more than 310 000 electric cars across different automotive markets. This value represents a 68 percent increase from the previous year.

Further analysis shows that Tesla is inching towards three percent market shares in the U.S. and Canada. On the other hand, its European market share stood at roughly 1.8 percent, while in China, it held 1.6 percent of the market.

Other than the main markets established, the company has also established dominance in two new markets. Its Tesla Model Y is in high demand in Texas and Germany.

Tesla’s expected future trends

Tesla’s future has never been rosier. All signs point to it increasing its market share steadily over the coming years. Moreover, with the acquisition of two more markets, the company is looking forward to selling even more electric vehicles in the coming days.

The company’s long-term goal is to establish a reputation in global automotive markets and increase the sale of electric cars. Towards that end, they’re targeting a 50 percent increase annually.

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