Electric cars - a new trend as fast as a storm | Cars Blog

In 2020, the number of electric vehicles globally will reach 10 million vehicles, and consumers have spent a total of 120 billion USD to buy electric vehicles.

If in 2015, the number of electric vehicles on the world's roads was only about 1.6-1.7 million, then in 2020, there will be more than 10 million used globally. Many industry observers say that the world has passed a tipping point - when electric cars overtake petrol cars.

In Europe, Jaguar plans to only sell electric cars from 2025, Volvo from 2030 and last week, British automaker Lotus said it might follow, with a milestone from 2028. According to Volkswagen, 70% of its sales will electric vehicles by the end of 2030.

In the US, General Motors also said it will only sell electric cars through 2035, Ford said all products it sells in Europe will be electric cars by 2030.

Many governments around the world also aim to ban the sale of cars with internal combustion engines. The end of petrol cars is said to be inevitable, and involves many factors, most importantly technology, and everything is happening very quickly.

Global sales of electric vehicles increased dramatically in 2020, by 43% compared to 2019. And while total industry sales fell due to the great impact of the pandemic, electric vehicles alone increased.

Currently, the electric vehicle market share accounts for only 5% of the entire industry, but this proportion will change with increasing momentum in the next few years. By the end of 2025, about 20% of global new car sales will be electric, according to a forecast by investment bank UBS. This number will be 40% by the end of 2030, and by the end of 2040, nearly every new car sold is electric.

In 2020 alone, consumers spend $120 billion on electric vehicles, up 50% from 2019. Governments spend $14 billion on car buying support as well as tax reductions on electric vehicles in 2020, an increase of 25%. compared to 2019.

Worldwide, there are about 370 electric vehicle models in 2020, an increase of 40%. The Chinese market has the most options, but Europe is the place with the largest increase in model numbers.

With the vast majority of electric charging done at home or work, electric vehicle users also want public charging points to be easier and more proactive. The number of public charging stations has reached 1.3 million in 2020, of which 30% are fast charging stations. China has the largest charging system in the world, with a total of 1.04 million public charging stations.

In the coming time, strengthening the electric vehicle charging infrastructure system is one of the focus of the whole industry, in addition to the research and development of batteries, helping vehicles to go more per charge as well as reduce costs. use.

In Vietnam, Porsche Taycan is the first electric car model sold commercially in Vietnam. But with a price of billions, this luxury car is just a spice for the rich. The market will officially take shape when VinFast delivers the first VF e34s to customers in about a week. The appearance of VF e34 will be the premise for a new consumer culture, the basis for building policies for electric vehicles in the future.


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