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WASHINGTON — The latest data on electric cars and their electric fuel-cell systems shows the market is still largely dominated by the older gasoline-electric hybrid, a niche segment that has been in decline for years.
But the new data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration shows the popularity of the electric vehicle has rebounded.
The number of electric vehicles on the road is up by nearly 30% over the past two years, and more than a third of them are hybrids, according to the latest data from NHTSA.
The number has increased even more in California, where the state’s two electric car makers, Tesla and SolarCity, announced a $5,000 rebate program for drivers buying their vehicles with an EV credit.
California’s economy, with the second-largest market share in the U.S., has been recovering faster than the rest of the country.
The state’s economy is expected to grow by more than 4.7% in 2020, the fastest rate in the country, according the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
The economy grew by 1.3% last year, the largest rate in at least five years.
California has become a leader in plug-in hybrids with its first-ever plug-ins, including the Tesla Model S and the Chevrolet Volt.
But the company is struggling to keep pace with demand, and the market share of electric cars is shrinking, according a recent report from the consulting firm Forrester.
“As automakers develop new electric vehicles, it is becoming increasingly apparent that they are not competing on price,” the report said.
“It’s becoming increasingly clear that the only way to keep prices down for consumers is to produce high-quality EVs.”
The number is down from 1.7 million in 2014 and the year before, when there were just under 200,000 electric vehicles in the United States.
But it is still higher than the 4.3 million vehicles sold in 2016.
The electric car market in the states of California, Massachusetts, and Michigan has grown to more than 300,000 by 2020, up from just over 150,000 in 2016, according NHTAS data.
California is still the largest market in terms of the number of vehicles that use an EV, with over 200,00 plug-ups in the state.
But in the past few years, Tesla has been overtaking Tesla and Chevy, which sell the majority of the market, to take a lead in the market.
But the market has been gaining ground in the last year.
In 2018, California added a new vehicle category, called a hybrid, with an electric battery pack.
Tesla and Toyota are also adding plug-share models.
The numbers show that the market will continue to grow, with EVs increasing in number and popularity.
The number of plug-gaps has doubled in just three years, NHTAs data shows.NHTSA data also showed that the number, from the beginning of 2017, of pluggaps increased from more than 50,000 to nearly 200,200.
The data also shows that the overall number of hybrids has increased from less than 10,000 vehicles to more like 60,000 or more in 2020.
It also showed the overall market share for electric vehicles has grown by nearly a third from the first two years of the program to nearly 80%, NHTA data showed.
“The growth of the EV market is driven in large part by the availability of plugless, plug-charge and plug-electronically powered vehicles,” NHTS data shows, and NHT’s numbers show the number and market share are up.
Tesla has been selling more than 3 million EVs in California and in Michigan, with more than 90% of its sales going to electric vehicles.
SolarCity has sold nearly 2.3 billion electric cars in the nation.
NHTAS figures show that Tesla is responsible for more than 85% of the growth in pluggap sales.
But while the numbers are encouraging, NCHSA figures show the market isn’t as competitive as it once was.
The numbers show pluggapped sales in 2018 rose to about 6.3m vehicles, up slightly from the previous year.
NHT estimates the number will grow by about 5 million vehicles this year.
“The data shows that there are still many plug-and-play electric vehicles out there that can’t compete on price with the mainstream hybrid models,” said Tom Laughlin, an analyst at Forreter.
“Plug-in electric vehicles continue to gain market share as they become more affordable.”
“This market is growing in size and we expect it to continue to expand,” Laughlin said.
Electric cars have been in a steady decline for many years.
In 2014, the U,S.
saw an all-time high of more than 21 million plug-charged and pluggack cars, with a peak in 2020 of more more than 26 million.
The growth in the number