If we look closely at what's happening in the world's EV capital, Norway, we may be able to glean and analyze some very compelling information.
A percentagem de EV é bastante elevada, mas nos últimos dois meses, seja por incentivos ou por questões comportamentais ou maturidade, os PHEV estão a crescer: ocupam 22% do mercado, crescendo 18% do período homólogo do ano anterior. Os BEV uns muito brilhantes 37%, mas descendo 27%.
Market share of new EV car sales in Norway has reached an all-time high of 59%. Now, imagine if PHEVs with 80 miles of battery range were available. Imagine if affordable (under $30,000 USD) RExEVs, with 400-plus miles of total range, were available. What might the EV market share be?
Right now neither of these two options exist. In spite of the lack of these optimal options, we see a fulfillment of my analysis. We see people buying the next closest match, PHEVs with extremely limited range. I believe if manufacturers were willing and able to offer RExEVs, the EV sales market share would quickly rise to 100% within just a few years.
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