(Reuters) - Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA ) Inc surpassed $1 trillion in market value on Monday, overshadowing the combined value of five of its biggest rivals, Toyota Motor Corp (T: 7203 ), Volkswagen (DE: VOWG_p ) AG, Daimler AG (DE: DAIGn ), Ford Motor (NYSE: F ) Co and General Motors (NYSE: GM ).
The electric vehicle maker landed its biggest-ever order from rental car company Hertz of 100,000 cars to be delivered by the end of next year.
Here is a list of EV (electric vehicle) and ICE (NYSE: ICE ) (internal combustion engine) automakers in the world and their market cap as of last close.
Company Market Value Primary 2020 unit Headquarter
Tesla Inc $1 trillion EV 499,550 Austin,
Toyota Motor 32.2 ICE 9.5 mln Toyota
Corp trillion yen City,
Volkswagen 125.5 bln ICE 9.3 mln Wolfsburg,
AG euros Lower
Daimler AG 89 billion ICE 2.8 mln Stuttgart,
General $83.85 bln ICE 2.5 mln Detroit,
Motors Co Michigan,
Nio Inc $67.63 bln EV 43,728 Shanghai,
BMW 57.08 bln ICE 2.3 mln Munich,
Stellantis 54.86 ICE 3.8 mln Amsterdam,
AV billion Netherlands
Ford Motor $62.78 bln ICE 4.2 mln Michigan,
Ferrari NV (NYSE: RACE ) 38.7 bln ICE 9,119 Maranello,
euros ($44.9 Italy
Hyundai 51.9 ICE 3.7 mln Seoul,
Motor Co trillion won South Korea
Lucid Group $43.46 bln EV N/A Newark,
Xpeng (NYSE: XPEV ) Inc $41.15 bln EV 27,041 Guangzhou,
Li Auto $35.34 bln EV 32,624 Bejing,
Kia Corp 34.37 ICE 1.3 mln Seoul,
trillion South Korea
Nissan 2.5 trillion ICE 4 mln Yokohama,
Motors yen ($21.8 Japan
Nikola $4.42 bln EV N/A Phoenix,
Canoo Inc $1.77 bln EV N/A Torrance,
Lordstown $888.4 mln EV N/A Lordtown,
Workhorse $800.7 mln EV N/A Loveland
($1 = 0.0088 yen)
($1 = 0.8593 euros)
($1 = 1,177.2300 won)
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