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This market tracker contains analysis of electrified light vehicles BEV, HEV, PHEV in the U.S., China and Europe markets.
NIO’s global expansion plans may be hindered by the delays in infrastructure development in the NEV industry and concerns raised by the EU’s investigation into NEVs from China, which could potentially lead to a ban on these vehicles in the European market.
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A dynamic partnership is forming between Chinese automakers and the Middle East as they race toward an electrified future.
This comprehensive report looks at the connected car landscape exploring the impact of 5G, new architectures and the ascendancy of eSIMs as the OEM and CSP relationships develop.
Tesla’s price reductions and expansion strategy are pressuring competitors and helping drive Chinese suppliers to Mexico.
Legacy automakers in Europe may find it harder to retain their market share if they don’t sell mass market BEVs soon.
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This tracker highlights our propulsion survey results for 2021 vs 2023. Survey respondents included Automotive OEMs, Tier 1 Suppliers and Tier 2 Suppliers and was conducted to assess changes in industry sentiment regarding propulsion topics.
This tracker presents the U.S. Light Vehicle Factory Installed Propulsion Rate data for MY 2018-2022 with breakdowns by engine cylinder count, forced-induction type, and transmission type.
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