Tesla Model 3 is Now The Second Best-Selling Car in The UK

The Tesla Model 3 is the first electric vehicle to break into the top ten list of most cars sold in the United Kingdom.

In many markets where the Model 3 is available for purchase, it is the best-selling electric vehicle. However, the Model 3 is quickly posing a threat to even cars with internal combustion engines, as evidenced by recent UK car sales figures for 2021. The Vauxhall Corsa was the best-selling car here for the year, but the Tesla Model 3 came in second.

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The Model 3 is currently the most affordable Tesla model available anywhere in the world, as well as the company’s best-selling vehicle. While it has long held the crown for electric vehicles in general, it is now also on the podium in the competition against passenger vehicles in general.

Tesla Model 3 is Now The Second Best-Selling Car in The UK
Tesla Model 3 is Now The Second Best-Selling Car in The UK

Model 3 outsold popular models such as the Volkswagen Polo and Golf, Ford Fiesta and Puma, Kia Sportage, and Toyota Yaris in the United Kingdom in 2021. According to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), while 2021 was a banner year for electric vehicles in the UK, with 190,000 sold, the Tesla Model 3 was the first EV to crack the top ten for overall sales.

According to the Guardian, car sales in the UK in 2020 and 2021 will be at their lowest level since 1992, due to a variety of factors including a chip shortage and the pandemic. But that doesn’t change the fact that the Model 3 is gaining traction in the UK, where motorists are increasingly considering battery-powered vehicles.

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Tesla has a massive lead over competitors in the EV space all over the world and isn’t about to give it up. Although the Model 3 is the market leader, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has previously stated that the company is working on a more affordable product that, according to experts, could not only help the company expand into new markets but also boost sales volumes.

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