Select maximum of a count in a grouped clause

I have the following tables:

Vehicles(v͟i͟n͟, model,category) Sales(s͟a͟l͟e͟I͟D͟, staffID,customerID,date) vehicleSold(saleID,v͟i͟n͟,salePrice) 

When I join these tables using:

select YEAR(Sales.saleDate)      , Vehicles.model      , count(Vehicles.model) 'Sold'      , Vehicles.category   from Vehicles    JOIN vehicleSold     on Vehicles.vin = vehicleSold.vin   JOIN Sales      on Sales.saleID = vehicleSold.saleID  group      by YEAR(Sales.saleDate)      , Vehicles.model      , Vehicles.category; 

Result is:

+----------------------+-------------+------+----------------+ | YEAR(Sales.saleDate) | model       | Sold | category       | +----------------------+-------------+------+----------------+ |                 2020 | Altima      |    1 | car            | |                 2020 | Flying Spur |    2 | car            | |                 2020 | Lifan E3    |    3 | Electric Moped | |                 2020 | Ridgeline   |    2 | truck          | |                 2020 | Shiver      |    4 | motorbike      | +----------------------+-------------+------+----------------+ 

Out of this table I want to get the model that was most sold in a category. So, in this case I only want to return a 2020, Flying Spur, car as the only row in category car because it was the most sold in 2020 in its category. I tried using a subquery is MAX(COUNT(*)) but I guess that is not supported in mysql. If anyone could point out my mistake and has any idea how to do this then that would be big help!