All major automakers are posting June sales numbers for plug-in electric vehicles.
Nissan LEAF had its best sales month of 2015 selling 2,074 units, while GM’s Chevrolet Volt had its second-highest month this year with 1,225 sales.
NOTE: As always, this article is updated throughout the day as soon as more data is available.
Last update: Thursday, July-02, 2015 @ 04:03 pm.
Sales of the all-electric Nissan LEAF totaled 2,074 – a year high, but still down 11.6% compared to June of 2014 when Nissan sold 2,347 LEAF EV’s. In terms of year-to-date results in 2015, sales of the Nissan LEAF now stand at 9,816, which is down by 22.9% compared with 2014 when 12,736 were sold. Total U.S. Leaf deliveries are now 82,138.
Chevrolet Volt sold 1,225 units last month, off 31% compared to June of 2014 when 1,777 were sold. Overall for the year, 5,622 Chevrolet Volt plug-ins have been sold, a 35% decrease from 2014 when 8,615 were sold. Total U.S. Volt sales are now 78,979.
|Toyota Prius Plug-in |
Prius Plug-in Hybrid sold 464 units. Previously in May, Toyota sold a year high 727 Prius PHV units. In terms of year-to-date results in 2015, sales of the Prius Plug-in Hybrid now stand at 2,890. Production of the current generation of Prius PHV ends next month. The next generation Prius PHV will come in the second half of 2016 as a 2017 model car.
|Ford C-Max Energi |
Ford C-MAX Energi sold 667 units in May. Previously in May, Ford sold 715 plug-ins. In terms of year-to-date results in 2015, sales of the Ford C-Max Energi now stand at 3,543.
|Ford Fusion Energi |
Ford Fusion Energi finished last month with 727 deliveries, after selling 986 units in May. In terms of year-to-date results in 2015, sales of the Ford Fusion Energi now stand at 4,290.
GM sold 62 Cadillac ELRs last month. Previously in May, Cadillac sold 116 ELRs. In terms of year-to-date results in, sales of the Cadillac ELR now stand at 593. The 2014 Cadillac ELR has a starting price of $75,995, including a $995 destination charge but excluding tax, title, license and dealer fees.
|Porsche Panamera S-E Hybrid |
Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrids finished last month with 34 deliveries. Previously in May, Panamera S E-Hybrid sold 21 units. In terms of year-to-date results in 2015, sales of the Panamera S E-Hybrid now stand at 230.
|Porsche Cayenne S e-Hybrid |
Porsche sold 88 Cayenne S E-Hybrid SUVs last month, after selling 105 units in May. The Cayenne S Hybrid has a lithium-ion traction battery with an energy capacity of 10.8 kWh, which enables an all-electric driving range of 11 to 22 miles, combined fuel consumption is 39 mpg US with 79 g/km of CO2. In terms of year-to-date results in 2015, sales of the Cayenne S E-Hybrid now stand at 490.
|Tesla Model S – Does not report exactly monthly sales|
Tesla Motors delivered 11,507 Model S vehicles, according to Q2 results.
|Ford Focus Electric |
Deliveries of the Ford Focus Electric were 152 in May. In May and April, Ford sold 165 and 124 Focus Electrics respectively. In terms of year-to-date results in 2015, sales of the Ford Focus Electric now stand at 811.
|BMW i3 |
BMW i3 sold 551 units last month, after selling just 808 units in May. BMW is now offering a new low cost DC fast charger for $6,548 at authorized BMW partners. In terms of year-to-date results in 2015, sales of the BMW i3 now stand at 4,456.
|BMW i8 |
BMW i8 sold 137 plug-in hybrid sports cars last month. BMW sold 117 units in May and 138 units in April. Overall for the year, 733 BMW i8 sports cars have been sold. BMW delivered the first plug-in hybrid BMW i8 sport cars at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, and auctioned One-of-a-kind BMW i8 Concours d’Elegance Edition for $825,000. The BMW i8 has an MSRP of $135,700
|Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive |
Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive finished last month with 242 deliveries, after selling 278 units in May. The B-Class Electric Drive starts from $41,450 and has an all-electric range of 87 miles. For an extra $600, one can purchase the extended range package which allows the driver go 104 miles. Overall for the year, 1,172 B-Class Electric Drive have been sold.
|Volkswagen e-Golf |
Volkswagen e-Gold sold record 293 units last month, after selling 410 units in May. Overall for the year, 1,518 VW e-Golf EVs have been sold. The all-electric 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf is on sale at participating dealerships in select states. The e-Golf was rated by the EPA at126 city, 105 highway, and 116 combined MPGe and given a range of up to 83 miles.
|Kia Soul EV |
Kia Soul EV sold 109 units last month, after selling 108 units in May. Overall for the year, 470 Soul EVs have been sold. Offered in two trims, Base and + (Plus), the 2015 Kia Soul EV MSRP is $33,700 (not including federal tax rebate of $7,500) for the Base trim. Overall for the year, 361 Soul EVs have been sold.
|Smart Fortwo Electric Drive |
Last month, smart fortwo ED sold 94 units last month, after selling 102 units in May. In terms of year-to-date results in 2015, sales of the smart fortwo ED now stand at 646.
|Fiat 500e |
For June, Fiat 500e sold 363 units. Overall for the year, 3,384 Fiat 500e EVs have been sold. The Fiat 500e is priced at $32,500, which includes a $700 destination charge. However, eligible California residents may be able to purchase the 2013 Fiat 500e for as low as $20,500, after federal credits.
|Chevrolet Spark EV|
Spark EV sold 226 units, after selling a record 283 units in April. Overall for the year, 1,785 Chevrolet Spark EVs have been sold.
|Honda Accord Plug-in |
The Honda Accord Plug-In Hybrid logged just 4 units last month, off 86.3% compared to June of 2014 when 28 were sold. In terms of year-to-date results in 2015, sales of the Accord Plug-in Hybrid now stand at 59, a 67.2% decrease from 2014 when 170 were sold
|Mitsubishi i |
Mitsubishi sold 23 i-MiEV electric cars in May, after selling just 18 units in May. In terms of year-to-date results in 2015, sales of the Mitsubishi i-MiEV now stand at 82. The 2016 Mitsubishi i-MiEV will arrive at Mitsubishi dealers across the United States in late March 2015. With a starting MSRP of only $22,995, the 2016 i-MiEV is the most affordably-priced electric vehicle available in America today, and after factoring in the Federal tax credit of $7,500, the net starting MSRP is reduced to $15,495.