Top 4 Trends Influencing the Global Electric Vehicle Demand

Top 4 Trends Influencing the Global Electric Vehicle Demand
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12 January 2023

An electric vehicle (EV) is a type of vehicle that runs on electricity instead of gasoline or diesel fuel. EVs use rechargeable batteries to store energy, which is used to power an electric motor that propels the vehicle. Some examples of electric vehicles include electric cars, electric bicycles, and electric buses. These vehicles are considered environmentally friendly because they produce zero emissions and are powered by renewable energy sources. Additionally, EVs can be more efficient than traditional gasoline or diesel vehicles, resulting in lower fuel costs for the driver.

The demand for electric vehicles is constantly evolving, and there are always new trends emerging. Here are some of the top trends in the electric vehicle industry right now:

  1. Electric vehicles are becoming more affordable: As battery technology improves and production costs decrease, electric vehicles are becoming increasingly affordable for consumers. This is good news for the market, as it means that more people will be able to switch to electric vehicles and help reduce emissions. In the last 10 years, lithium-ion battery costs have been reduced by over 89%. 
  2. More companies are investing in electric vehicles: As electric vehicles become more popular, more companies are investing in technology. This is helping to drive down costs and speed up innovation. Major automakers such as Volkswagen, BMW, Mahindra, and Ford have all announced plans to invest billions of dollars in electric vehicle development. In December 2022, Mahindra announced a plan to invest over $1.2 billion in establishing a new EV plant in Pune, India
  3. Electric vehicles are becoming more efficient: Battery technology is improving rapidly in the global electric vehicle market, and this is making electric vehicles much more efficient than they used to be. The latest generation of EVs can travel further on a single charge than ever before, and this is making them much more practical for everyday use. As of 2022, the Mercedes EQS can go up to 453 miles on a single charge.
  4. Infrastructure for charging electric vehicles is improving: As electric vehicles become more common, there is an increasing need for infrastructure to support them. This includes things like charging stations and battery-swapping facilities. Thankfully, there has been a lot of investment in this area in recent years, and the charging infrastructure is improving rapidly. Our study suggests that by 2023, over $100 billion is likely to be invested in improving global charging infrastructure. 

Top Electric Vehicle Manufacturer:

  • Tesla, Inc.
  • General Motors Company
  • Volkswagen Group 
  • Nissan Motors Co. Ltd.
  • BYD Company Ltd.
  • Daimler AG
  • Ford Motor Company
  • Toyota Motor Corporation
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