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Top 5 Best Selling EV of 2021

We know that shopping for a new car can be tough, and it is even tougher when the automotive world is moving towards making more EVs, which, somewhat ironically, makes picking the best EV harder than ever. Of course, everyone has different needs for picking an EV and there is no absolute answer for which EV suits you the best, however, we can provide you with a shortcut to having a glimpse of some of the most popular EVs in 2021.

No.5 Volkswagen ID.4 (12,279 units sold)*

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*Sales figures based on Car and Driver and Automotive News, and might subject to changes based on vehicle registration data.

The ID.4 Pro comes with an EPA-estimated 260-mile driving range while the 1st Edition and Pro S models are rated for 250 miles per charge. Rear-wheel drive is standard but all-wheel drive is optional and its extra power leads to much quicker acceleration times.

No.4 Ford Mustang Mach-E (18,855 units sold)*

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The Mach-E is available in a handful of configurations, including with rear- or all-wheel drive and with up to an estimated 305 miles of driving range. The Mach-E is designed in the style of the Mustang and drives like it was engineered by people who care. An extra-sporty version, the Mach-E GT, is on its way. The GT will have 480 horsepower, and Ford says it will hit 60 mph in 3.8 seconds.

No.3 Chevrolet Bolt EV and EUV (24,803 units sold)*

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The Bolt has 200 horsepower and an estimated 259 miles of range. This is not your dad's chevy. An optional DC fast-charging capability allows the Bolt to gain 100 miles of range every 30 minutes at Level 3 charging stations. 

No.2 Tesla Model 3 (94,900 units sold)*

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The Tesla Model 3 is one of the best EVs around: practical, high-tech and boasting great performance and range. Understated styling hides a sophisticated electric drivetrain and an ultra-modern interior that’s dominated by a huge touchscreen. It is a non-SUV version of the Model Y offering an impressive charging range between 263-353 miles. In addition, it offers an MPGe range of 133-150 miles.

Official website: https://www.tesla.com/model3

No.1 Tesla Model Y (132,000 units sold)*

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The Model Y comes with a base price north of $40,000. Model Y is a crossover hatchback SUV. It offers a charging range between 244-326 miles. In addition, it provides an MPGe range of 119-140 miles. This top-selling EV has outsold all other non-Tesla EV's combined.

Official website: https://www.tesla.com/modely

What do you think about the TOP 5 Best Selling EV in 2021? We are excited to see a wide range of options entering the EV marketplace. And we expect to see even greater capabilities in years to come. And with more and more charging options at your fingertips, the question is, how far do you want to go?

Check out our Top 7 tips for choosing the right EV charger if you would like to learn more about what to consider when choosing an EV charger!

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