3 Reasons Why Tesla Is Still The Best EV You Can Buy
The number of electric vehicle manufacturers have increased drastically over the last 15 years.
In addition to Tesla — EV specific auto makers like Lucid Motors and Rivian have gained quite a bit of prominence recently and traditional auto manufacturers like GM, Hyundai and BMW have also made large strategic advancements toward producing more hybrid and all electric vehicles, as of late.
According to this article from Cox Automotive, the US EV market share grew to 7.2% of total new vehicle sales in Q1 of 2023 — with Tesla still leading the pack of all EV vehicles sold, at 62.4%, of that category.
So with the continued shift toward all electric vehicles, and the rise of more and more EV manufacturer options, it might be a bit confusing to know which electric vehicle brand to go with for your new EV purchase.
In this article, I’ll highlight 3 reasons why I believe that Tesla is still the best choice if you’re looking for a brand new EV and why they will likely still dominate the market in the near future.
1) Tesla Has The Best Super Charger Network
If you’re new to the world of electric vehicles, you’ve likely not yet heard of the term “range anxiety.” This term, that many EV owners are familiar with, refers to the fear of running out of battery capacity (or driving range) while out on the road. And while EVs ranges are getting better and better with each passing year, they all still average only about 250-300 miles of driving distance when fully charged.