An electric vehicle (EV) uses one or more electric motors for propulsion. Advancements in battery technology have helped increase the driving range of an electric vehicle. Hence, the popularity of EVs has grown in the recent past. With a view to reducing crude oil consumption, automotive emissions, and air pollution, governments around the world are adopting and implementing favorable policies to promote electric vehicles.
According to MarketsandMarkets analysis, the Global Electric Vehicle Market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 32.57% during the forecast period, to reach 10.79 million units by 2025, from an estimated 1.50 million units in 2018.
The report provides a picture of the global electric vehicles market along with the market details with respect to different regions and countries. It aims at estimating the market size and future growth potential of this market across different segments such as by propulsion type, vehicle type, charging station type, charging infrastructure type, power output type, installation type, and region. Apart from it, the report also covers the government regulations regarding the subsidies and grants available for EVs, future technology roadmap which includes battery and charging time. Furthermore, the report also includes an in-depth competitive analysis of the key players in the market along with their company profiles, SWOT analysis, recent developments, and key market strategies.
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Electric Vehicle Manufacturers
Electric Vehicle Component Manufacturers
Electric Vehicle Battery Manufacturers
Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Providers (Charging station manufacturers)
Government funding, subsidies, and incentives; growing demand for electric vehicles; the increasing concern of environmental pollution, and huge investments by automakers in electric vehicles are driving the growth of the electric vehicle market
Players Profiled in the Report are:
Tesla Motors, Inc. (US)
Nissan Motor Corporation (Japan)
BYD Company Limited (China)
Hyundai (South Korea)
North America is the fastest market for electric vehicles followed by Asia Pacific. Existing grants and subsidies, tax rebates, and availability of charging infrastructure are contributing to the growth in EV sales in this region. North America is a regional hub for many renowned OEMs, which are known for delivering quality and high-performance vehicles. The OEMs in North America such as Tesla and GM have focused on the development of faster, cleaner, and high-performance electric vehicles.
Electric vehicle sales in China have registered the largest market during the forecast period because of several measures adopted by the Chinese government for the promotion of EVs. China’s growing dependence on imported oil and increasing pollution in the congested urban areas are alarming situations, which have forced the Chinese government to promote EVs in the country. The Chinese government has adopted unique policies such as restricting new vehicle registrations to EVs in heavily polluted and congested cities and announced huge investments in the EV battery segment and building EV charging infrastructure. However, the subsidies and grants are limited to those OEMs who manufacture EVs in China. Seeing the tremendous growth and demand for EVs, major OEMs across the globe are establishing their manufacturing base in China to cater to the growing demand and to avail the grants and subsidies available.
The study contains insights provided by various industry experts, ranging from online retailers to Tier–1 companies and OEMs. The break–up of the primaries is as follows:
By Company Type: Tier I–42%, Tier II–40%, and Tier III–18%,
By Designation: C Level–57%, D Level–29%, and Others–14%
By Region: North America–28%, Europe–27%, Asia-Pacific–34%, and RoW–11%
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The FCEV segment (zero-emission vehicles) is set to register the highest growth rate in the electric vehicle market followed by BEVs and PHEVs, because of the availability of better subsidies and support from governments. Increasing vehicle range and improving charging infrastructure have fueled the demand for BEVs. Nissan Leaf and Tesla Model S were the most successful and highest selling BEV models. The growth of BEV sales is projected to continue during the forecast period because of decreasing battery prices, increasing environmental awareness among consumers, and decreasing charging time. It has been projected that the invention of super-fast chargers would enable EV to be fully charged in less than an hour.