Tesla Model 3 took the cream with 3300 units (est) sold which is not bad considering they were only available for last 5mths of the year and all these were pre-sold many months in a advance.
For cars over $60,000, Tesla model 3 came in 2nd place behind Merc-C class.
EV includes plug in EV and plug in hybrid.
Globally, new vehicles sales are in decline, however EV's are stil increasing
US + EU + China
2017 ICE 60.5 M, EV 1.3 M
2018 ICE 59.0 M, EV 2.0 M
2019 ICE 56.5 M, EV 2.1 M
EV's are now
EU 0.5 M / 15 M annual sales or 3.3 %
China 1.2 M / 25 M sales or 4.8 %
US 0.33 M / 17 M sales or 1.9 %
In the EU and US, Model 3's dominate sales numbers, with China having a number of home brands but Model 3 local production started in Dec, so expect things to change there.
Obviously not all EV wanna be buyers want a Camry like EV sedan in a world quickly moving to SUV and 4x4's. Hence the market's expectation that the Model Y will smash the records set by the Model 3 and production capacity limitations will limit sales, despite other manufacturers starting to put their EV's in the showroom in increasing numbers from 2020/21.
My prediction, EV sales will > 5% in 2022 in the above markets. Australia is lagging due to limited options available, but will follow the trend of the US provided model availability isn't lacking. In Australia Tesla will outsell all others in the +$60k market in 2020.