Plug-ins are mostly locally made and powered by locally produced electricity.
The majority of plug-in electric cars sold in the U.S. are also assembled domestically and the great thing for the local economy is that the share actually increases.
In the archival article, we noted that 65% of plug-ins sold in 2017 were produced locally, while as of 2019 the share expanded to 69%.
Most of the imports come from Japan, Germany, Mexico and South Korea (total of 27%):
“Note: Plug-in electric vehicles include all-electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.
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