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Autovista24 webinar – The EV subsidies gamble: Impact on new- and used-car markets

Phil Curry | 22 Sep 2021

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Phil Curry, Autovista24 Editor, is a seasoned automotive journalist, always keen to seek out and explain the latest industry developments

Sales of electrically-chargeable vehicles (EVs), including battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) and plug-in hybrids (PHEVs), are growing rapidly across Europe. Yet many countries are relying on incentives to drive this adoption. Does this gamble help or hinder the burgeoning EV sector in the new- and used-car markets?

Autovista24 looked at this issue in its latest webinar, The EV subsidies gamble: Impact on new- and used-car markets. The topics discussed included:

  • The state of Europe’s EV market
  • The market-adoption conundrum – new vs used
  • What can Europe learn from Norway, the continent’s leading EV market.

Autovista24 editor Phil Curry is joined by Dr Christof Engelskirchen, chief economist of Autovista Group, Roland Irles, managing director of EV-Volumes, Robert Madas, head of valuations & insights Austria, Switzerland, and Poland at Eurotax, and Geir Kristoffersen, managing director of Rødboka Norway, to discuss the EV situation.

Find the full slide deck for the presentation below. Available for viewing and download.

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