In recent years, global events and changes to government policy have created uncertainty in electric car markets. Despite challenges, sales are continuing along their trajectory to mass market adoption. In 2022, IDTechEx estimates around 25 million electric cars will be driving on roads globally, a 54% annual increase. In this webinar, IDTechEx explores this rapid growth alongside upcoming challenges, the latest developments by region (China, the US and Europe), and the corresponding impact on IDTechEx forecasts.
The webinar will cover:
- 2022 H1 electric car sales
- Short term sales outlook and commentary
- The latest EV policy by region
- Automaker and government EV targets
- Powertrain trends which improve drive cycle efficiency
The webinar is based on the new IDTechEx report, "Electric Cars 2023-2043
", which provides a deep dive into future automotive markets with granular forecasts. Regional coverage includes the US, China, Norway, the UK, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, and RoW. Technology coverage includes battery-electric (BEV), hybrid (PHEV & HEV), and fuel cell (FCEV) cars; autonomous vehicles (L2, L3, L4); Li-ion batteries (NMC, NCA, LFP, silicon, solid-state); electric motors (PM, WRSM, ACIM, Axial-flux, In-wheel); power electronics (SiC, Si IGBT) and more.