According to the latest provisional data from Matthias Schmidt, automotive analyst from Berlin, the pure e-car settings have exceeded the “magical” border from a million car approvals in the period from January to the end of November 2021.
Thus, the 18 Western European markets, which Schmidt are regularly surpassed and analyzed, the previous annual volume of 2020 already by more than 40 percent. At the end of 2021 Schmidt assumes that almost half a million units for the full-year volume of 2020 (727.900). It is expected that the overall market is barely the pandemic level of last year, which was characterized by monthly production and delivery interruptions, the car overall market 2021 is expected to reach only one level of 11 million units compared to 10.8 million in the year 2020. It is expected that e-cars will make a little more than 10 percent of this total number. The normal level for the region is over 14 million annual units.
If one adds the PHEVs, the 20 percent mark was achieved, and each fifth car newly approved cars this year was an electrified vehicle. According to the report, 1.94 million e-vehicles have been approved this year, and the forecast 2 million vehicles are as good as safe. Last year, there were still around 1.33 million electrified vehicles. In Germany, almost every third (31%) regional new approval of an electrified driver, twice as much as the next larger market, the United Kingdom (13.9%) were accounted for this year.
The volumes in the E-vehicle segment increased significantly in 2020 due to the intensified EU targets for the mass-adjusted CO2 squares average of 130g / km (NEFZ) from 2015 to 2019 to 95g / km in 2020. As Schmidt explained the past year was a so-called phase-in-year of this goal, which means that the worst 5 percent could be omitted with the highest emissions in the sales mix, and also included various instruments such as the highest value of supercredits for zero and Low emission vehicles (ZLEV) with a limited amount of 7.5g / km offered for the first three years of the new goal.
A large number of manufacturers has exhausted this allowance in 2020, which led to more e-cars allowed this year to achieve the CO2 finish line. But who expects the e-auto growth linear continues to be disappointed. For as analyst SCHMIDT to understand the CO2-power average data indicates that the automobile manufacturers brake the introduction of electrified vehicles as quickly as they accelerated these. As soon as appropriate goals have been achieved.
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1 thought on “Analyst: By the end of November, in Europe, 1 million. E-car approved”
“That the automobile manufacturers brake the introduction of electrified vehicles as quickly as quickly as they accelerated these. As soon as appropriate goals have been achieved.”
I hope the old manufacturers are no longer so omnipotent that they can manipulate the market at will. Pure e-car manufacturers will then simply take away market shares