In 2021, Western Europe’s pure electric vehicle sales will exceed 1 million units for the first time, but as the traditional internal combustion engine market that is damaged by the current new championship is normal, the sales of electric vehicles will slow down. According to Schmidt Automotive Research, in 2025, sales of pure electric vehicles will accelerate again, and the market share reaches 13%.
Most mainstream predictors are expected that by 2025, the market share of pure electric vehicles will be close to 19%.
At the same time, experts said that the surge in electric vehicle sales depends on a large subsidy of the government, and the demand may be greatly weakened when the subsidy is used.
In 2021, the pure electric vehicle sales will reach 10.455 million, accounting for 8.5% of the total market share of 12.3 million, above 2020 6.7%. Schmidt Automotive Research Company said in a report that by 2022, the growth of pure electric vehicles will slow to 11.8 million, and will drop to 1.290 vehicles in 2023. In 2024, it will drop to 1.36 million units. The market will return to 14.3 million, and the market share of pure electric vehicles will reach 9.5%.
The 2025-year-old carbon dioxide emission target set by the EU will move the market. The next important emission milestone will begin 5 years later.
“By 2025, the share of pure electric vehicles will rise sharply to 13% due to the” five-year goal of the EU “, the top of the car, which will increase significantly to 13%. This goal is 15% lower than the carbon emissions in 2021, to 100G / KM WLTP left and right.
Independent Motor Analyst Matthias Schmidt said: “This will result in a relatively large increase in the registration of pure electric vehicles, which is attributable to a newer cheap model that is launched at the same time. “
The report of Schmidt Auto Research Company said that the sales of plug-in hybrid vehicles were almost equal to the demand for pure electric vehicles. By 2025, they will reach 11%, and they have doubled than 5.6% in 2020.
Western Europe has included all of Europe, such as Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Norway and Spain.
The leading data release agency IHS Markit is more optimistic about the sales of pure electric vehicles. It is expected that the EU has a market share of 19.1%, and the market share of plug-in hybrid vehicles is 8.3%. The EU consists of 27 Member States, but the largest share of pure electric cars will be in the main, core Western European market.
According to the French consulting firm inovev data, 2020 pure electric vehicles have doubled in Europe, reaching 74,5684. The company pointed out that these sales were mainly from Germany, France, Britain, Italy and Norway.
In 2020, sales of pure electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid vehicles were driven by EU carbon dioxide emissions regulations, which forced manufacturers to sell more electric vehicles. Germany and the French government also offer a lot of cash incentives. In Germany, purchasing electric cars can get nearly $ 11,000 from the government.
These subsidies may cause the electric vehicle market to shrink according to the AUTOVISTA Group Chief Economism, which may cause the electric vehicle market to shrink, because once these subsidies disappear, pure electric vehicles must rely on their own advantages.
“The government-funded incentive measures are driving. This masks some challenges that will appear after subsidies: pricing must be reduced, and the lifetime must increase, and more charging facilities are needed.”
In 2020, European sales models were Renault Zoe, followed by Tesra Model 3, Volkswagen ID .3, modern Kona and Audi E-Tron.
According to the inovev’s data, the largest car in 2020 is Tesla Model 3 (36,5240 vehicles), and the market share is 17%, followed by Wulinghong MINI EV (127651), Renault Zoe and Tesla Model Y.
According to the inovev’s data, Tesla has become the world’s leading pure electric car manufacturer in 4,99535, China’s top 20, in the second, the public car ranks 2,27,394 public brands, Porsche and Audi cars. Then 1,72673 in Renault-Nissan.
In 2021, European consumers will have a new pure electric car to choose from, including Volkswagen ID.4, Volvo XC40 Recharge, Audi RS E-TRON, Mazda MX-30, Fiat 500E, Dasia (Renault Company) Spring , Skoda Enyaq, Mercedes EQA, B and S, BMW IX3, Nissan Ariya and Tesra Model Y.
Schmidt said that by 2025, the manufacturer will try to use the profits of internal combustion engines to prepare for all electric vehicles in the absence of capacity.