Tesla has sold more than 8,000 electric cars, but the company is not the only one looking to make a splash with the cars.
Some of the top sellers include General Motors, Nissan, Ford, and Chevy.
The chart below looks at the sales of the electric car brands.
Tesla is at the top of the list with more than 7,000 EVs sold worldwide.
The company also has the most sales of any EV brand, with more vehicles sold than any other EV manufacturer.
General Motors was the second most popular EV brand last year with over 7,400 sold, followed by Tesla with 6,000.
Ford was third with 675.
Chevy was fourth with 554.
The Chevy Bolt was the fourth most popular vehicle brand with more Tesla sales than any electric vehicle sold in the United States.
Tesla is looking to expand its EV sales, which have grown to about 2.8 million this year.
The brand has sold 2.3 million EVs since it was founded in 2009.
Tesla has more than double the number of Model 3s it sold last year compared to 2016.
In 2017, Tesla had about 1.4 million Model 3 orders, up from 1.1 million in 2016.
General Motors had about 800,000 Model 3 units sold, up about 25% from 2016.
Tesla sold more Model 3 vehicles than GM, with nearly 1 million units sold last month compared to just under 1 million sold in 2017.
GM and Ford also have strong EV brand presence, and their brand value is well-established.
Tesla’s brand value, on the other hand, is very low.
Sales of General Motors’ Chevrolet Bolt have declined dramatically since the first one hit the market in 2019.
Chevrolet had an annual sales of just under $1.3 billion in 2017, which was the lowest figure in history.
GM was the only brand that did not make any profit on its 2017 revenue.
Ford has been the second-best-selling EV brand in the U.S. for several years now.
Last year, Ford had more than 4.2 million electric vehicles sold, which were almost four times as many as General Motors.
Ford had over 600,000 sales of its new Focus Electric SUV last year.
General Dynamics had about 5,000 new cars sold last December.
It’s clear that General Motors and Ford are doing well as they head into the 2020s.
It’s also clear that the brand has a lot of room to grow.
General Electric and Ford will be competing for customers with Chevy, Tesla, and General Motors all competing for more and more EVs.
This article was originally published by ESPN.com