Electric vehicles find themselves more and more in the market as time goes on. Silent works, since they don’t use fuels like gasoline being nature friendly make these tools attractive to consumers. In addition, there are many electric models that challenge sports cars and even surpass them. This shows us that these vehicles do not have to lag behind in performance while being environmentally friendly.
Well, while these vehicles sound so good in theory and are getting better with new models on the market, how many people do you think want their next vehicle to be electric? The study by EY shows that people from different countries perspectives on electric vehicles
It gives us an idea about . Let’s look at the results together.
Most of the people in Italy, the paradise of super-luxury and fast vehicles, favor electric vehicles:
EY conducted a survey of 9,000 consumers from Australia, Canada, China, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States. The survey results showed different results in each country:
From China When we look at the data obtained, 48 percent of the respondents say that their next vehicle will be electric, while 43 percent seem to continue with internal combustion engines. in Sweden The rate of people who prefer electric vehicles is 48 percent, as in China.
To South Korea When we come, we see people who will buy electric vehicles with a rate of 51 percent. in Singapore, this rate rises to 53 percent. There are companies that produce performance vehicles such as Ferrari and Lamborghini. in Italy people who set up electric vehicle plans come up with exactly 63 percent.
in Australiawe can see that the rate of people who have plans to buy electric vehicles is only 17 percent. Again, people who say that they will continue with vehicles with internal combustion engines in Australia appear with a rate of 75 percent. America and in India 28 percent plan to buy electric vehicles.
in New Zealand, on the other hand, while 30 percent set up plans to buy electric vehicles, this rate in Canada35 percent, in Germany, on the other hand, we see that it is 38 percent. United Kingdom and to Japan, on the other hand, 40 percent and 42 percent, respectively, have an electric vehicle plan.
Let’s say that the answers in these surveys are given by excluding factors such as the country’s charging station infrastructure. The most important factors taken into account when giving answers are, ownership costs of vehicles and environment factor happened.
There is improvement compared to last year:
Conducting the same survey last year, EY revealed that only 30% of people plan to choose electric or plug-in-hybrid cars. In other words, the interest in electric cars has increased greatly since last year.