In June 2019 Tesla Responsible for 80% of All EV Battery Capacity Deployed in U.S.

Sep. 3, 2019

More capacity deployed in Tesla Model 3 than all other EV models combined

In June 2019, more battery capacity was deployed in newly-sold Tesla Model 3 battery electric vehicles (“BEVs”) in the U.S. than all other EV models combined, according to Adamas Intelligence’s latest ‘EV Battery Capacity Monthly’ report (download a sample report here).

In total, Adamas data indicates that 2.2 GWh of battery capacity was deployed in the U.S. in newly-sold passenger EVs in June 2019, of which the Tesla Model 3, Tesla Model X and Tesla Model S were collectively responsible for 80%.

Rounding off the top-five, the Chevrolet Bolt was responsible for an additional 5% of all capacity deployed in the U.S. in June 2019 followed by the Audi e-Tron Quattro, which was responsible for 3%.

Stemming from Tesla’s dominance, its cell supplier, Panasonic, was responsible for 83% of all battery capacity deployed in the U.S. in June 2019, followed by LG Chem, AESC, Samsung SDI and GS Yuasa.

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