The number of electric vehicles (EVs) coming to market in the United States is growing steadily. As more and more legacy automakers realise that EVs are the future of the industry, expect this list to grow significantly in coming years.
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Five years ago, Tesla had only delivered 2,500 vehicles in total since its inception back in 2003 — a mere drop in the automotive ocean. Fast forward to now, and Tesla’s all-electric fleet has surpassed 250,000. Not bad for a company many said was doomed to fail.
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On September 6, Nissan launched its highly anticipated next-generation LEAF in Tokyo, Japan. From some of the comments made by Nissan during the event, it would appear they are beginning to realise that electric vehicles (EVs) are the future of the auto industry.
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