The myth busting world of electric vehicles: will only regulation and taxes contribute to the adoption of electric vehicles?
The evidence is simply too compelling these days for people not to accept that man-made climate change is real. Many are even willing to make the changes needed to reduce carbon emissions to stop global warming but secretly they hope science will find a way to solve it.
It says that more than 73% of buyers want lower CO2 emissions from the vehicles they choose. Stellantis owns 14 brands, including Maserati, Vauxhall, Dodge, and Ram. Several ostrich heads have been lifted recently, leaving holes in the sand.
A vague desire for a lower CO2 vehicle doesn't mean being prepared to sacrifice expenses, convenience, or desirability. However, it shows that if carmakers can get electric cars to fit with their own goals while still making profits - such as selling them cheaply enough to compete with combustion engines - then they or their buyers won't be compelled to switch.
EV manufacturing costs can be cut by 40 percent in three years by Stellantis, bringing them on par with ICEs. The same is true for VW, Renault, and others. Additionally, they are aware of the fact that greenwashing will not be effective.
A significant amount of carbon dioxide can be emitted during the manufacturing process of their electric vehicles. Some pathways can also be taken to zero to achieve that goal. In addition, it is important to recycle batteries on a large scale. The tools are at their disposal.