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Electric vehicle sales have surged. New models are introduced at an accelerated pace. Policymakers are building incentives for infrastructure and consumers. Has the electric mobility transition reached an inflection point?



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  1. Apparently it has in Norway.

    Might take a bit longer elsewhere, but yes, it is finally happening.

  2. The main goal has already achieved – clearly nearly all automakers realize electric is the future and are scrapping plans for combustion engines. All the efforts now are just to accelerate that activity, in my opinion.

    It’s gonna happen.

  3. There’s no turning back now. We’re witnessing the beginning of the end of the ICE age

  4. People say we’re at the inflection point every month. Who cares? The transition is happening.

  5. It already did when the Tesla Model 3 was released. The only thing that was missing was more choices for consumers.

  6. As a hiker I have been hesitant to get an electric vehicle due to range anxiety and no awd. I have been recording the distance and road conditions on my recent trips and with all the new options coming out my next new car will definitely be electric.

  7. From 2014 till 2018 all I heard from every EV reporting outlet on the internet and youtube was “we have reached the tipping point!” I don’t hear anything about tipping point anymore these days. Personally, I don’t call the current state not the tipping point yet.

    I do think the direction things are going is now clearer. For one, BEV won against FCEV and that has focused efforts and finally had more companies jumping off the fence into the ring.

    Still, you still see enormous fluctuations in demand as soon as incentives change, which to me means EV demand is still not 100% organic. If EVs in Norway were not half the price of a fossil car, they wouldn’t be selling nearly as many.

    A big current driver are the European and Chinese regulations. Manufacturers have to design good EVs that are sellable to meet targets, which automatically means better cars and a desire to sell them in places with less demanding CAFE targets like the US to amortise platform development costs.

  8. One of the bigger US problems is states like mine (Texas) who are actively exploring/implementing punitive/restrictive measures to “encourage” people to not purchase EVs. Politics is going to have to get the hell out of the way for this to really take flight here.

  9. Technically no. We have exponential growth, and we are at the point where the growth rate is really taking off. But there is no inflection point. That would be when the growth rate is slowing.

  10. This didn’t really age well since Manchin just said he was opposed to using budget reconciliation for Biden’s infrastructure plan. Not sure how we get those rebates and 500k chargers now.

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