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Model 3 market share is 1% of U.S. car sales?

Discussion in 'Tesla, Inc.' started by Matias, Jun 6, 2018.

  1. Matias

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    Those 6,250 are estimates since Tesla refuses to provide monthly sales figures. GM has also recently stopped, making monthly reports tricky.

    Do notice that "light trucks" far outsell cars in the US light vehicle market.
     
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    Yes. If we take that into account, market share is obviously smaller.
     
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    ^Yes I'm familiar whit that. That was actually the reason, why I started this thread. If we look Model 3 market share in that segment, market share is huge. But if we look it at the cars sold (even after excluding light trucs and SUV:s), it is small.

    I don't know, which is the right way to look the market share.
     

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