- In 2019, 2.2 million electric cars were sold: only 2.5% of global car sales.
- In 2020, the total automobile market contracted, but electric car sales amounted to 3 million and represented 4.1% of total car sales.
- In 2021, sales of electric cars have more than doubled to 6.6 million, accounting for almost 9% of the global automotive market and more than tripling their market share compared to two years earlier. In 2021, all the growth of global car sales came from electric cars.
We estimate that there are now about 16 million electric cars worldwide, consuming about 30 terawatt hours (TWh) of electricity per year, the equivalent of all electricity generated in Ireland2.
And 2022 continues the same trend: world registrations of plug-in electric vehicles (BEV+PHEV) rose by 55% in May 2022 compared to the same period of the previous year.
“Seamless” is one of the keywords that automakers have been using for months: the goal is to smoothly manage the charging of the electric batteries of its vehicles.
Just as the definition of the word seamless implies (“smooth and continuous, without apparent gaps or spaces between one part and the other”), this adjective is usually related to the design industry.
Even the smooth operation of a full electric car needs a good design that makes the user experience satisfying.
GreenVulcano, are absolutely convinced that the main goal of the next 12 months for the automotive industry is solving the driver’s discomfort with various apps, and logging into the charging station through an integrated solution and “plug & charge”.
Let’s see together how https://www.greenvulcano.com/en/car-charging-is-plug-charge/