Study: Electric cars from 2033 the world’s prevailing drive variant

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Study: Electric cars from 2033 the world's prevailing drive variant-electric

Electric cars are expected to be the world’s prevailing drive variant by 2033 – five years earlier than previously expected, such a new study of the consulting firm Ernst & Young (EY). By 2045, the analysts expect that burners make up a maximum of 1 percent of total sales worldwide worldwide.

For the individual markets, EY goes out for market penetration of e-cars from different speeds. In Europe, the sales of E-cars should dominate the market from 2028, for China, the analysts expect the year 2033. In the US, the dump point in 2036 should be achieved.

Reasons for the drive turning and the increasing success of E-cars are there many: more and more consumers want to be climate-friendly on the road, more and more countries promote e-cars with laws and financial incentives. At the same time, the burning drive becomes increasingly unattractive, for example due to rising gasoline prices, the z.B. In Europe with the introduction of the CO2 prize will be unavoidable: 2021 the CO2 pricing came into force. For a ton of carbon dioxide, 25 euros are initially set, which reduces the liter super gasoline on average by 7.7 cents and the liter of diesel by 7.6 cents. The CO2 price is raised annually and should be 55 euros in 2025. Then the liter of gasoline should cost about 15 cents and the liter of diesel about 17 cents more than the end of 2020.

Even when viewing the purchase prices, e-cars are becoming more and more competitive, especially if you consider the cost over the entire useful life. Here, some e-auto models already cut much better today than comparable combustions. The more this knowledge intersperses, the more attractive are electric cars for consumers.

Why the US behind

The US lies behind the other leading markets in the world because some regulations and laws were loosened during the government of President Donald Trump in favor of burners. However, since the expedee of the new President Joe Biden in January, the United States returned to the Parisian Climate Agreement and have to spend 174 billion dollars (about 147 billion euros) to accelerate the conversion to electric cars. For example, the installation of half a million charging stations across the country is planned.

In addition, in the United States, an increasing appetite of consumers on electric cars can be observed, from the coveted model 3 from Tesla to new electromodists of established automakers in segments, which are particularly popular in the country: in the starting blocks are about a battery-powered lobster of General Motors and Electric Pick-Up F-150 Lightning by Ford.

The EY study also observes that, above all, the millennial generation of the under-30-year-olds contributes to the introduction of electric cars to advance: good one third of them prefer to drive an electric car as a burner. The Corona Pandemic also affected the electric trend as some consumers now avoid public transport and sharing offers and instead want to be in their own vehicle. Generous financial incentives and threatening combustion prohibitions or. -Restrictions additionally drive the effect that consumers are increasingly set to e-models during the car purchase.

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  1. Since in Europe is currently massively lobbyed in favor of Effuels, I am no longer sure if electromobility can prevail. Also many climate protectioners reject e-mobility with the coal-fired power plant argument or because they are basically against cars and make themselves indirectly to supporters of the E-Fuel Group.

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