The approximately 68,000 zero-emissions vehicles (ZEV) sold in California in 2016 represented almost half of the sales level mandated by the state's ZEV mandate for 2025, according to the Union of Concerned Scientists.
The mandate requires about 165,000 zero-emission vehicles sold. About 2.1 million total vehicles were sold in the state in 2016. They represented about 3.5% of sales in 2016.
BMW led sales of electrifed vehicles with 8.9% of its sales, followed by General Motors (7%), Volkswagen (6.2%), Volkswagen (6.2%), and Ford (4.6%).
Read their full report here.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet
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