It’s been a tough couple of months for car buyers in the United States, and the number of electric vehicles sold has dropped dramatically.
However, the number has also increased dramatically.
According to a report from Kelley Blue Book, the U.S. has more electric vehicles on the road than in 2015, and sales have surpassed the peak of 2016.
The number of EVs in the U of A’s fleet now sits at 6,923, making it the fourth-largest on the continent behind the United Kingdom, Australia, and Canada.
The UK has 7,845 EVs on its road, while Australia has 6,734.
The report also noted that U.K. sales of electric cars reached a record high in the third quarter of 2017.
In 2017, sales rose by nearly 25 percent, according to data from Nissan, but the number fell by 13 percent in 2018.
“In the United State, the majority of new electric vehicle sales are coming from new model and model years,” the report states.
“The current market for EVs in U.N.EH states is more mature than ever.”
In 2019, sales of EVs stood at 3,942, and a full three years later, the figure stands at 6.3 million.
This has led to the UEA’s report estimating that sales will reach 9 million EVs in 2021.
The United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates have been pushing ahead with plans to ramp up their EV fleet to 1 million.
However the number is still far from reaching its peak.
In the UEE, a number of EV models have been designed with the aim of improving emissions, but some models have also been marketed with a higher power rating.
The British government recently announced a target of a 30 percent reduction in CO2 emissions by 2025.
The UK has also recently announced that the country’s new generation of EVs will be fully electric by 2021.
The company, known as the Electric Vehicle Manufacturing Industry Association (EVMA), has been trying to achieve this goal.”EVAs are a great technology and we are really excited about it,” David Giddings, CEO of the EVMA, told Reuters in May.
“I think it is a great way to help us tackle climate change.”