According to forecasts, nearly 6 million electric cars will be sold in 2021. Double compared to last year.
Electricity has been developing at breakneck speed in recent years, while all manufacturers must now get started, in order to meet the requirements of theEuropean Union. And for good reason, the latter simply wants to ban the sale of new combustion vehicles by 2035. In other words, tomorrow. If brands now offer increasingly extensive zero-emission ranges, demand seems to be there too, as confirmed by a study conducted by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) and relayed by Green Car Congress. According to her, sales of electric vehicles should not stop growing, and should even accelerate significantly in the coming years.
A great success
But this trend is already visible in the short term, since according to estimates, no less than six million electric cars will be sold by the end of the year across the world. An impressive figure and above all registrations doubled compared to 2020 with 3.1 million EVs sold. In 2019, it was only two million zero-emission cars which had been sold, especially in China, one of the biggest markets for this type of model. According to BNEF estimates, no less than 677 million electrified vehicles will be in circulation by 2040.
All engines combined, electric, plug-in hybrid and hydrogen vehicles represented around 7% of global sales at the start of 2021. While there are currently 13 million in circulation, only 8.5 million are 100% electric models. , which should change rapidly in the coming years.
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