The British company, Lease Fetcher, gathered Google search data from 168 countries out of 195 countries. Based on that, it listed the global Top 10 most-searched electric vehicles in 2021.
According to this global list, Tesla topped the rank again. The new-generation Roadster of Tesla, relying on its brilliant style, 1.9s acceleration, and 1,000 km super-long consecutive mileage, has risen to the dream car of many global consumers.
But pitifully, Elon Musk posted on Twitter again last September that the delivery of the new-generation Roadster might be delayed until the year 2023, because of the serious shortage of the supply chain.
Additionally, if we take a closer look at this list, we can find one most interesting fact, that is, among the top 5 electric vehicles planned to launch in the market in 2022, the BMW i4 is the only one that has been delivered. The remaining four car models, though all topping the hot search list, still have many puzzlements at the technical level and the delivery level.
The following part demonstrates the global top-10 most-searched electric vehicles. Let’s have a brief view.
The 10 Most Searched Electric Cars in the World (2021, Annual Searches)
Annual Searches (2021)
Tesla Roadster Sports car
Tesla Cybertruck Light-duty truck
Apple Car N/A
BMW i4 Luxury car
Chevy Silverado EV Light-duty truck
Cadillac LYRIQ Midsize SUV/crossover
Nissan Arriya Crossover SUV
Ford F-150 Lightning Light-duty truck
Rimac Nevera Super sports cars
Mercedes-Benz EQE Midsize sedan
Source: Lease Fetcher
This list provided by Lease Fetcher is just for reference. Don’t take it too seriously.
Among them, the all-electric Chevrolet Silverado of General Motors is more likely to deliver. Considering that the GMC Hummer EV also of General Motors started delivering last December, the all-electric pickup which costs less is going to launch in the market in 2023, which is a reasonable timing.