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The Electric Car Market on the Brink of Collapse!

Hey everyone, it’s Ben Hardy here and in today’s blog post, we’re going to be diving into the ever-evolving electric vehicle market. The landscape of EVs has changed drastically over the past month, and there are some fascinating trends and statistics to discuss.

First off, let’s talk about the record-breaking sales numbers in 2023, with 1.2 million new EVs sold in the US market. Tesla continues to dominate with a 55% market share, showcasing their stronghold in the industry.

One interesting statistic is that the EV market share has increased to 7.6%, indicating a growing interest in electric vehicles. However, it’s worth noting that the majority of EV buyers have an annual income of over $100,000, highlighting the affordability factor in purchasing an EV.

On the flip side, there have been some challenges in the EV market, particularly with rental car companies like Herz pulling back on EVs due to high maintenance costs and expensive repairs. This has raised concerns about the overall sustainability of EVs in the market.

In a recent survey conducted by my channel, it was found that only 7% of respondents were interested in purchasing a fully electric vehicle for their next purchase. This indicates a shift in consumer preferences towards more traditional powertrains like diesel and gas.

One of the main reasons for this shift could be attributed to the infrastructure challenges faced by EV owners, such as blackouts in certain areas due to the inability of the grid to support charging demands. Additionally, the abysmal resale value of electric vehicles has deterred many potential buyers from investing in EVs.

Overall, the future of the electric vehicle market remains uncertain, with many factors influencing consumer decisions. It will be interesting to see how automakers adapt to these challenges and whether the market will continue to grow or face setbacks in the coming years.

What are your thoughts on the current state of the electric vehicle market? Do you think EVs are here to stay, or will traditional powertrains make a comeback? Let me know in the comments below. Thanks for reading, and I’ll see you in the next blog post!



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