In June, the Tesla Model 3 remained the world’s best-selling electric car, with more than 35,000 vehicles sold worldwide, according to the agency. According to the data, the Model 3 sold 35,854 cars worldwide in June, topping the list, accounting for 15% of the electric cars sold worldwide in June.
The second-highest-selling electric car in June was the Renault Zoe, which sold 10,553 vehicles worldwide in June, less than a third of the Model 3’s, and accounted for 4 per cent of electric cars sold globally that month.
The Model 3 and Renault Zoe were the only two electric cars in the world that sold more than 10,000 vehicles in June, while the other models on the list both sold below 8,000 in June, and the Model 3’s lead was also evident.
Tesla is no longer announcing sales of a single model, and the Model 3, which combined with sales of model Y, produced 75,946 electric vehicles and delivered 8,050 in the second quarter.
If the data are true, it means that the Model 3 accounted for a third of the electric vehicles delivered by Tesla in the second quarter alone, and Tesla delivered 90,650 electric cars to consumers in the second quarter alone.