A leading auto analyst said he expects General Motors and Ford to have more market share for electric cars than current leader Tesla by mid-decade with most of

 the growth expected to be led by the two full-size US automakers. electric pickup truck. Speaking at an Automotive Press Association event in Michigan 

 this week John Murphy an auto analyst at Bank of America Merrill Lynch said GM's market share for electric vehicles would grow to about 15 percent by 2025.

 GM has a 03 percent market share in the auto market. The electric car market in the first quarter of 2022 was lower than usual due to the cessation of sales of the Chevy Bolt EV and

 Chevy Bolt EUV models. The automaker had a 92 percent market share in the first quarter of 2021 while Tesla took a market share of

up to 709 percent during the time period according to data from Cox Automotive. coming from their new full-size electric truck.

 The Ford F-150 Lightning went into production earlier this year while the Chevy Silverado EV went into production next spring. In comparison,

the Tesla Cybertruck experienced a lot of delays after its debut in November 2019 and is not expected to be in production until mid-2023.