Tesla also dominated EV registrations in the five-month Experian data.
The Model Y was the top EV at 82,880 new registrations, followed by the Model 3 at 74,092. The Ford Mustang Mach-E captured the No. 3 spot with 15,491 registrations, followed by the Tesla Model S at 13,008.
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 was No. 5 at 10,776. The Tesla Model X was next with 9,594 registrations, with Kia’s EV6 following at 9,508, according to Experian.
No. 8 for new EV registrations was the Nissan Leaf at 7,178. The Kia Niro EV had 6,074 registrations, and the Polestar 2 was No. 10 with 4,118.
Hyundai Motor Group of Hyundai, Kia and Genesis had the most EV registrations in the U.S. after Tesla, with 27,746 for the three brands in the five-month period.
Registration numbers do not track exactly with manufacturer sales numbers since vehicles may be sold in one month and registered in another, and some registration data relies on estimates. Not all manufacturers break out EV models, but those are captured by the Experian data.
In addition to the Mach-E, Ford had 423 F-150 Lightning registrations, with most coming in May as the automaker ramps up production of the electric pickup. Ford also had 1,495 registrations for its E-Transit 350 commercial van in the January-May period.
Chevrolet had 3,645 registrations of its Bolt EV and EUV models and GMC had 225 registrations of its Hummer electric pickup. Cadillac had 40 registrations of its new Lyriq electric crossovers.
Toyota was new to the EV chart for May with 181 registrations of its bZ4X crossover. Volkswagen had 3,964 registrations of its ID4 electric crossover, and Mazda had 306 registrations of its MX-30.
Among luxury brands, Audi posted 6,617 registrations of its e-tron vehicles, including 4 of the new Q4 e-tron. Its corporate sibling Porsche had 3,627 registrations of its Taycan sports sedan.
BMW had 1,211 EV registrations in the five-month period, Mercedes-Benz had 3,250 for its EQS executive sedan and Jaguar had 220 of its I-Pace.
Volvo marked 3,330 registrations, and corporate sibling Polestar had 4,118, according to Experian.
Luxury EV startup Lucid had 827 registrations of its Air sedan, and Rivian Automotive had 2,045 registrations of its R1T pickup.
In its second-quarter sales report, Rivian said it had delivered 4,467 vehicles in the April-June period, but some of those could have included Amazon delivery vans or early versions of its R1S SUV. Rivian did not break deliveries down by model.
Lucid had not posted its second-quarter delivery report as of Friday and was expected to do so next month.