For the first time, an electric car could become the world’s best-selling passenger car in a year 02:16

For the first time in history, an electric car could become the world’s best-selling passenger car by the end of 2023. We’re talking about the Tesla Model Y, it has been reported oppression Cleantechnica quotes analyst Troy Treslick.

According to Treslick, global sales of the Tesla Model Y electric crossover will reach approximately 1.2 million units next year; This is 13% above its closest rival, the Toyota Corolla (1.08 million vehicles).

“Model Y is expected to be the world’s best-selling car this year, with more than 1.2 million vehicles sold. Unfortunately, this situation is not covered much in the media because Tesla does not publish Model Y sales data. I wish they would release it because the Model Y outperforms the Toyota Corolla,” Troy Treslick said.

The expert noted that we are only talking about predictions for now. But this 2023 Tesla model is already ahead of the Toyota Corolla in terms of the number of units sold in three-quarters of 2023.

happened before known About the first accident involving the electric SUV Tesla Cybertruck.

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Source: Gazeta

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