In China, e-car drop prices; In Europe, you increase – where does this lead?

In China, e-car drop prices; In Europe, you increase - where does this lead?-drop

If you look at the electrical automotivity worldwide, it shows that in China the prices seem to sink steadily. In Europe, on the other hand, the prices of electric cars have risen by 28 percent. This is certainly not conducive to the paragraph. But how evolves when Chinese manufacturers like Nio, XPENG Motors and Li car urge to Europe?

At the latest then you can expect that cheaper, mass-compatible electric cars come on the road. Even without appropriate funding programs such as the purchase bonus for electric cars must be launched. That this works can be seen in China, where appropriate subsidy programs are already returned. Like N-TV to report, the price for an e-auto since 2011 in Europe have been nearly 10.000 Euro on now about 42.600 euros increased. This corresponds to an increase of 28 percent. In the US, the price in the past decade is even 38 percent to 36.200 euros increased. Quite different in China: There, the acquisition costs have almost halved, from 41.800 euros in 2011 on now 22.100 euros.

It can be stated that the efforts of the Chinese government bears affordable E-cars to bring fruit to the road. This is evident in that it is in China Stromer 3.700 euros, in Europe, start the cheapest copies from 15.740 euros. In the US is under 24.800 euros to do nothing. If Europe’s car manufacturers do not succeed in making cheaper specimens on the street and China creates the leap to Europe, then it does not look too good for our manufacturers. Only a few Chinese automakers are still represented in Europe. Mg Motors, Aiways and Nio are already known; if only fleeting. But also trademarks such as Ora, Wey or Xpeng will probably find their way to Europe.

In percentage, the latest analysis of Schmidt Automotive Research shows that by the end of July 2021 the China Stromer held a share of 3.7% at the European E-Car Market. Leading brands responsible for the paragraph: MG, Maxus, Polestar, Xpeng, Nio, Jac, Aivays, DFSK and BYD.

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9 thoughts on “In China, e-car drop prices; In Europe, you increase – where does this lead?”

  1. What a “vascular” statement &# 128521;
    How did the prices of the burners have developed in the last 10 years?
    So our 16 year old VW bus has costed quasi fully equipped 56k – today a equally equipped bulli loose 80k and more – funny goaw &# 128521;

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  2. The prices will fall as soon as the whole latte open to Chinese EVS in Europe, only then it is probably too late for local manufacturers..
    Since the empty procurement “Power of Choice” is nothing more and certainly not the ingenious sager “We already have the 5. Generation to E-Drive “(5. Generation and until early 2020 1 car loool)

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  3. First, you have to see that the average income in China is about CA factor 4 less. Then see the 3.700 € also different again

    Then the fact that the 3.700Euro box due to probably missing security features (Z.B. No airbag) would not even be admitted here. Of course, vehicles produced in China are also cheaper due to lower wages.

    I do not know where the numbers come from, but you have to look at that here in Germany people want to buy big expensive cars. People want absurd high reaches. When an electric car is bought, then more a more expensive. Of course, people would be a car with 1.000km range for 20.000 € most prefer, but of course also with certain demands. And there we are not yet 2011 there was as a mass car here at most the Zoe and the I-MiV derivatives. Today there is much more more expensive models. Besides, here is almost everyone a car. So before someone buys a small electric car, he prefer to continue his burner. In China, large parts of the population have no mobile pedestal. You may then buy the 3.700 € Karre, where the German rather the nose would move and never consider a purchase. In India there is also the Tata Nano for 1.700 €. And that is ideal for the local clogged roads. Here should not be sold.

    Of course you can compare apples with pears, but how meaningful that is, be put there. Of course, that does not surprise me, which there is always cheaper cars in China, which are also super selling, but this would not be bought by much of the people and are not allowed to be admitted.

    Farnsworth

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  4. China is what this is wrong ..
    A P7 with 80kWh battery around the age of 35k €
    https: // en.Xiaopeng.COM / P7 / Configuration.HTML

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  5. I believe that you can not compare the Chinese market with the European or American. As already mentioned, the salary structure is much smaller than in this country.
    Chinese brands will certainly not have the same price structure here in Europe and America than there. The Aiways U5 costs depending on the equipment and less. Promotion between 30.000 and 33.000 EURO. My Skoda Enyaq IV80 has a total of 36.000 Euro costed and is in section with approx. 4.500 euros additional costs not as far as the Chinese, but has 100km more range to WLTP, 11kW instead of 6,6kW AC and 125KW instead of 90kW DC charging power.

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  6. The Chinese want to board all power in the European car market, and have already arrived.
    Brands like Volvo, MG, PoolStar, Smart are already Chinese and acquired here.
    But BMW, the IX3 is full-chinese, so that there is no question, if China has already arrived in the car market, or already included in each product at least as a chip or battery.
    Our burning lobby protects our European market in front of electric cars, the local OEMs can already offer purest model fireworks, the prices and also the vehicle performance is considered rather to tit. Many models also means low margin.
    Although Porsche, Audi and Mercedes offer premium to premium prices, but price / performance is supported only by a few customers, especially since there are sometimes better technology and equipment at a wide range of prices. The sales figures speak volumes.

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  7. I wonder what this comparison is supposed to be. Most electric cars, which were available in 2011, would probably come to the market today as light vehicles of class L7e. The Nissan Leaf came to the European market, for example. Tesla Model S and Renault Zoe until 2013. And the vehicles already existed in 2011 (I-MiV etc.), were technically upgraded in the following years and simultaneously cheaper. So you can remove any statistics from a statistic through the selection of the period of consideration alone.

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  8. “Goddammerung” ? It slowly dawns how to sell our auto industry with which means of self-destruction on China? To the quality of CN cars built cars. In the family environment, we had several cars from China and equal vehicles from Japan. Quality differences not noticeable. Quality is top.

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