Electric cars predicted to capture half of the global market by 2030May 2, 2021
Audi has presented a forecast for the capture of half of the global market by electric cars by 2030.
The corresponding statement of the director of the German automobile plant was based on the trend of the accelerated transition of car models to battery power. According to the head of the company, electric vehicles already significantly prevail in popularity and are leaders in environmental friendliness over cars with internal combustion engines and hybrid cars, which combine conventional and battery energy.
“From the technical point of view, it makes no sense to install both drives in the machines. We see no reason why the future owners would refuse from electric cars with a rechargeable battery in the presence of the appropriate infrastructure, ”the head of the company said.
It is known that Volkswagen AG has already set itself the goal of overtaking the leader of electric cars Tesla by 2025. The use of the same components in cars of 12 Volkswagen brands, including Porsche, is the main strategy of the concern over competitors. Audi is set to sell 7 million luxury and premium electric vehicles by the end of the decade, as well as several million compact and midsize electric vehicles, including the Q4 e-tron.
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