Printed on Thu Oct 06 2022 9:34:26 PM

Electric cars will quickly occupy the world market

International desk
Electric cars
You may not have driven an electric car yourself yet but you may have seen one or two people around you drive. If it is said that there is not much time left to take over the electric car market, you may think that it has become a little more bold prediction. But that's not exactly what it really feels like.

In fact, we are witnessing a revolutionary change in the field of motoring which has not happened since the beginning of the production line of Henry Ford's first car in 1913. Observers who keep an eye on the dynamics of the global automotive industry say that the time has almost come when sales of electric vehicles will soon surpass those of petrol and diesel. At least car manufacturers think so. For example, Jaguar Cars
Car manufacturer plans to sell only electric cars from 2025.

Volvo says it will only sell electric cars from 2030, and a week and a half ago, British sportscar maker Lotus said they would do the same from 2028. It's not just expensive carmakers like Jaguar or Lotus that are going to do it.

General Motors says it will only build electric cars by 2035. Ford says all the cars they sell in Europe will be electric by 2030. Volkswagen, on the other hand, says that by 2030, 70 percent of their vehicles will be electric.

It has something to do with growing environmental awareness. Governments in many parts of the world are aiming to ban petrol and diesel cars. And the process of making electric cars is being encouraged.

It can be said that the gradual rise of fossil fuel-powered vehicles is now a must. And this is happening because of the technological revolution. The electric car market is now in exactly the same place as the Internet was in the 1990s or the first decade after 2000.

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