EVs made up more than 10% of all sales in third quarter of 2023

Data released Tuesday shows the sale of light-duty electric vehicles rose in the third quarter of 2023.  

According to a quarterly report from the Alliance for Automotive Innovation, automakers were able to sell 378,000 electric vehicles in the United States, representing 10.1% of all sales of light-duty vehicles. Over 145,000 more EV units were sold than during the same period in 2022, representing a 63% increase. 

The report is a positive sign for EV sales after major automakers reported that demand was slacking. Some car manufacturers, such as General Motors and Ford, have reduced buildout of the vehicles in response.

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The report, however, underlines the lack of public charging infrastructure, noting that current chargers are at 12% of what is estimated to be needed to support the buildout of EVs by 2030. In order
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