The year has barely started, and already the race for the top of the heap of global automakers is more exciting than it ever was. As predicted by yours truly yesterday, the French-Japanese Renault-Nissan Alliance came within spitting distance of General Motors, and nearly stole GM’s long-held third place. This year, the Alliance stands every chance to become #3, which, for the first time, would leave the podium in foreign hands. And guess who sold the most EVs last year? Hint: It wasn’t Tesla.
The Nissan-Renault Alliance Nearly Beat GM, But It Surely Beat Tesla
February 8, 2017 By