Tipping point reached as over half of world buyers desire an EV

The number of consumers looking to buy electric vehicles has hit a global tipping point, according to the latest EY Mobility Consumer Index, which shows that 52 per cent of respondents looking to buy a car want to buy an EV. This is the first time the number has exceeded 50 per cent, representing a rise of 22 percentage points in two years. The survey of 13,000 people in 18 countries shows that car buyers in Italy (73 per cent), China (69 per cent) and South Korea (63 per cent) are the most committed to buying an EV, while consumers in Australia (38 per cent) and the U.S.(29 per cent) are the least committed. Read the original article.

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