A new report is looking at sales trends in Electric Vehicles, and it finds that half of the EVs sold in the US are actually being sold in just 8 coastal markets.
S & P Global Insights says some of that is because certain parts of the country lack a certain level of charging infrastructure. However, many parts of the US aren’t willing to invest in charging stations if there aren’t already a lot of EVs on the road to make use of it.
The largest market is Los Angeles, where 18% of all the vehicles sold are electric. On the other hand, some parts of the Midwest have an EV market share under 1%.