This chart shows the vehicle registration counts of all-electric vehicles (EVs) by state as of December 31, 2020. California has the greatest number of EVs, approximately 42% of EVs nationwide. Florida has the second highest count, followed by Texas.
What state has the most electric cars?
California’s electric vehicle revolution
It comes as no surprise that California has the most charging facilities for electric cars when taking into account the fact that more than 150,000 electric vehicles were sold in the state.
Which US city has the most electric cars?
San Jose, Calif., came out on top, with the most public charging stations per capita (2.4 per 1,000 residents) and 73,810 electric vehicles currently on the road, the third-highest amount behind Los Angeles (230,940) and San Francisco (122,404).
Where are electric cars most common?
Sales, market, and usage share
|Country||PEV stock/ cumulative sales (2021)||% of cars in use (2021)|
|United States||2,322,291||0.7% (2020)|
|Germany||≈1.38 million||1.2% (2020)|
|California||803,816 (2020)||2.27% (2020)|
What state buys the most electric vehicles?
Also, they only include all-electric vehicles, not plug-in hybrids or hybrids. Without further ado, the state with the highest number of EV registrations is, unsurprisingly, California. The Golden State has 425,300 EVs registered—by far the highest number in the country and roughly 42% of the total (1,019,260).
What state has the most electric cars per capita?
Transportation CO2 emissions (per capita): 5.28 MMT
California tops the list of states with the highest percentage of hybrid and electric vehicles at over 5%.
Which state buys the most Teslas?
Top three states with the most registered EVs
- California (425,300)
- Florida (58,160)
- Texas (52,190)