Take a took at top EV companies in the World
Here’s the list of top EV companies in the World
5. Volkswagen Group
Notwithstanding the e-Golf, which was stopped in 2020, and the e-up!, which was never released in the United States, Volkswagen Group has a whole line of electric vehicles under the ID name. ID means “Intelligent design, identity, and visionary technologies.” The only fully electric ID vehicle available in the US is presently the ID. 4, however the ID. Buzz van is supposed to be released in 2023.
4. General Motors
Right now, GM just has the Chevrolet Bolt. The company, notwithstanding, as of late invested $35 billion in its goal to become a leader in the EV market. GM is developing more than 30 EV models for production by 2025 or prior. By 2035, the company will likely have a whole electric lineup by 2035.
Models include the Han, Qin Pro, Song Pro, Tang, and Yuan. These EVs range from trendy cars to extensive SUVs and all come with at least three trim levels. While BYD is the biggest EV automaker by sales in China, it’s the 4th-biggest on the planet. The company also manufactures electric buses, trucks, and other commercial vehicles.
This highly famous Japanese company began manufacturing vehicles in 1933 and has since turned into a multinational company with a global presence. Toyota introduced the Prius in 1997, which was the first hybrid vehicle to be mass-produced.
1. Tesla, Inc
In 2022, Tesla had a total net worth of roughly $828.85 billion, making it the most valuable automaker in the world. It also beats out everyone else in terms of sales per year. The company now offers four electric vehicle models: Model S, Model X, Model Y, and Model 3. Different models in the works include the Cybertruck and Tesla Roadster but are promised to be available in 2023.