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In Early 1900s, Electric Vehicle Market Share in US Was 37%; ICE Only 22%

Here’s your electric vehicle history facts of the day:
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The first electric vehicles were invented in the mid-19th century
Electric vehicles held the land speed record until approximately 1900
At the turn of the century, electric vehicles held approximately 38% of US market share (whereas ICE had only 22%, but steam controlled 40%)
Sales of electric vehicles hit their early peak in 1912
The electric vehicles downfall was due to the rise of gas stations and the construction of actual roads, which allowed vehicles to travel more than a few miles per day.
Domestic oil findings further pushed ICE to the lead


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