What is driving consumer awareness of EVs?

Phil Curry | 06 Oct 2021

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Phil Curry

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

From new technologies to improved infrastructure and external influences, car buyers are becoming more alert to the potential of electrically-chargeable vehicles (EVs). The Autovista24 team discusses what is boosting awareness, including the current fuel ‘crisis’ in the UK.

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Show notes

What is an EV?

Rolls-Royce plans first BEV for 2023

Lucid Motors to launch in Europe

Nio to bring ET7 premium electric sedan to Germany

Saddling up for the EV-technology gold rush

Are EVs as green as they seem?

Germany mandates EV charger card readers

Could apps help guide consumers to electromobility?

RHA: A report on the driver shortage

RAC: Pump prices over time

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