In the graph that you can see in this article we can see how Tesla leads the ranking of best-selling cars, occupying the first and third place with the Model 3 (about 46,000 euros) and Model Y (about 64,000 euros) respectively.
The numbers are still very low compared to combustion cars, but that is something that will change during this decade. In 2025 there are already several countries that will stop manufacturing combustion cars, and in many cities the most polluting cars have their hours numbered. In Barcelona, for example, you can only drive a combustion car in the city center on weekends, and as time goes by the limits will be extended until it will be unfeasible to have a diesel car in the world.
The problem is that the number of chargers on the roads is insufficient, and the charging time is extremely high for long trips. It is one thing to make a one-hour stop for lunch, another thing to wait five hours for the car to charge.
The Model 3 tops the list with 645,000 units in 2020, something that makes sense if we remember that it is the most affordable electric car in its range.
The second position is a Chinese car, the Wuling Hongguang Mini EV, unknown in the West. It is sold only from 2020, and costs just over 3,000 euros, extremely cheap, although it cannot be compared in performance or quality with a Tesla.
Also on the list are the Nissan Leaf, the Baic EU-Series and the Volkswagen ID.3.