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EVCARCO Inc. announced strategic plans for the development of the Company’s EV Leasing Program.
The launch of this program will allow the company to accommodate the increase in demand for new and pre-owned electric and hybrids vehicles that are now available in the U.S.
“We have submitted to licensing which will allow us to solicit EV consumers to enter into a lease of any new or pre-owned EV or Hybrid vehicle sold in the United States, including vehicles such as new Chevy Volts, Nissan Leafs, Teslsas, BMW’s, Toyota’s, and other alternative fuel vehicles,” said Walter Speck, CEO, EVCARCO.
EVCARCO, Inc. describes itself as a retail group focused on deploying a coast-to-coast network of environmentally friendly franchised dealerships, vehicles, technologies and sustainable solutions.
The EV Market Development for 2012 shows totals of EV’s sold in the U.S. equaled 53,000. The 2013 half-year totals are now running at an average of more than 7,000 a month with variations in each car from month to month.
Nissan sold 1,864 Leaf electric cars, in July a new record for sales, though not an all-time monthly high. This brings the Nissan Leaf sales for the first seven months of 2013 to 11,703, which is more Leafs than the company sold in the U.S. during all of 2011 or 2012.
Sales of the Chevrolet Volt electric car totaled 1,788 in July, with total Volt sales of 11,643 in the first seven months of the year, versus 10,666 at the same time last year.
Sales of Tesla’s Model-S totaled 5,150 in North America last quarter. Dividing this by three reflects the California company sold approximately 1,700 cars a month, which places the Tesla in the same standings as the current plug-in vehicle champions, the Nissan Leaf and the Chevy Volt.