Currently, global adoption of electric vehicles is estimated around 2% and is expected to reach 10% to 12.5% by 2025.
Drivers of this surge include policy support, advances in technology resulting in falling costs, and overwhelming positive responses from automakers towards electrification.
Governments around the world have adopted measures to encourage or require electric vehicle deployment.
But just how much good will electric vehicles do and are they really the sustainable product that we are led to believe?
Future of mobility
The future of mobility is constantly evolving, with new technologies wielding huge potential to further shift the way we travel. But how does this rapidly changing mobility landscape impact consumer behaviours? As we move towards a future that combines the three main mobility trends – autonomous driving, electrification and shared mobility – we explore the latest consumer thinking on these topics and what this means.