At last year’s Geneva Motor Show, one message was clear: the world’s biggest automakers are going electric. Marquee names like Porsche, Audi, BMW, Jaguar, and Hyundai showed up with or teased all-electric cars, while others arrived with hybrids. It was one of the biggest showcases of electrified drivetrains ever. That made it easy to wonder what the future held for Tesla, which at the time held a firm grip on the EV market.
But instead of fighting for market share, Tesla’s grip only grew tighter across the rest of 2018. By the end of the year, Tesla’s Model 3 was the best-selling EV in the world.
With the 2019 Geneva Motor Show kicking off this week, a whole new slate of EVs is scheduled to hit the show floor. So it feels like a good…
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