The German automotive giant released last year’s delivery data, which was battered by the corona virus, but did not break the momentum of electric cars.
As early as the spring of 2020, during the abundance of the coronavirus and related closures, tightening and production restrictions, it became clear that last year it was commanding a halt in the sales momentum of many product categories. It is true that as passenger cars and trucks almost disappeared from the roads in many places, with strict curfew restrictions, air quality has improved in many major cities around the world, another sign that the car industry is ripe for renewable energy.
For Volkswagen Herbert Diess CEO is a major advocate for the future of the electric car and hybrid, and although the future he outlines within the company not always frictionless, financial commitment and available resources could put VW in an outstanding position to switch a significant percentage of its fleet to alternative propulsion by the end of the decade. If so far geek the electric car seemed a fad, followed by a couple of 2020 figures from the manufacturer’s press release: the company delivered 5.328 million vehicles worldwide, a 15% drop, and 134,000 pure electric (BEV), a 200% improvement, in Hungarian, VW’s electric cars in a year they tripled.
In our ID.3 test run [+]
A plug-in hibrid adding solutions (PHEV), last year’s electric car figure jumped to 212,000 from last year’s 82,000. It is also important that, in addition to the appetite for electric cars, production capacity has jumped, which is constantly growing to the detriment of internal combustion vehicles. ID.3 sold particularly well in Europe (we also took it to a test drive), such as Norway or neighboring Slovenia, and ID.4 also started, so it is not unreasonable to expect the category to grow steadily in 2021.
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