The automaker delivered 1,088 battery-electric (BEV) and plug-in hybrid (PHEV) vehicles eligible for the incentive program during the month, bringing its total to 8,360 for the year, according to data from Transport Canada.
Hyundai snatched the top spot in the incentive program from Tesla last month, which had held the position for most of 2022. The electric vehicle maker ranked third in deliveries in July, handing over the keys to 501 eligible Model 3s. Its total for the year increased to 7,550.
Totals are based on the date the iZEV claim is submitted to Transport Canada, which occurs after the vehicle has been delivered to the consumer and the incentive has been applied at the point-of-sale.