Tesla will occupy up to 15% of the electric car marketJune 1, 2020
Analysts believe that even a long downtime of the American company’s enterprises will not prevent it by the end of the decade from capturing about 15% of the market for environmentally friendly vehicles.
Encouraged by SpaceX’s first private launch of people into space, as well as Tesla’s sales statistics for electric cars, which said the company sold about 400 thousand electric cars last year, analysts hope Tesla will ship no more than 450 thousand electric cars in 2020. . The main reason for such low growth is called the coronavirus pandemic, which severely limited the company’s capabilities. Other analysts agree on a value of no more than 424 thousand copies.
At the same time, Daiwa Securities experts believe that by 2030 up to 20% of all new cars sold in the world will be driven by electricity, and Tesla will be able to sell at least 3 million electric vehicles annually. Thus, the market share of American electric cars will be about 15%.
This means that Tesla will reduce its market share compared to current performance. For example, in the United States, it now controls about 75% of the electric car market. In China, it’s about 25%, but competitors will inevitably crowd out Tesla, since all major automotive concerns have announced plans to convert existing models to electric traction, and also announced the release of new products. What are the only electric lines Volkswagen ID and Audi e-tron.
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