GM, Nissan and Tesla gains are offset by Toyota's hybrid-sales declines in October.
Nissan Leaf is the second plug-in to surpass cumulative US sales of 100,000 units after the Chevrolet Volt.
A fire led to a power outage which is leading to delayed sales reporting.
In today's episode, the Tesla Model S gets a bit closer to the BMW 5 Series.
US sales of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids surpassed a record 16,000 units in September.
September's plug-in vehicle sales may have surged more than 40 percent from last year.
Mustang factory will be shut down for one week.
Apparently selling lots of Volts saves a lot of fuel as well.
Court is requesting employee information and testimony related to false reporting of FCA sales.
FCA revises previous monthly sales numbers based on new reporting system.
Though it's getting less attention than the Tesla Model 3, Chevy's 200-mile EV could lead the sales race early on.
Tesla Motors wasn't the only car company to close out March with an upbeat sales report. Ford enjoyed its best-selling March in ten years, the company said Friday. Other automakers reported sales growth that topped already-historic levels. Trucks and SUVs continued to be hot sellers.
In publishing its sales figures for 2015, Lamborghini reports that it sold 3,245 supercars last year, representing a new record that it's bound to surpass once the Urus reaches the market.