Tesla = #1 Global Electric Vehicle Brand In 2017, JATO Dynamics Study Finds (Surprised?)

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Tesla was the most popular electric vehicle brand in the world during January–September 2017, a new study from JATO Dynamics has found. Notably, though, the most popular model was the BAIC EC (with ~38,000 units moved) — demonstrating the rapid rise of China's manufacturers when it comes to the electric vehicle sector

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