Electric Cars

A Statista DossierPlus on the Electric Car Industry and Associated Technology

Electric Cars Although the early 20th century saw the electric car accounting for about one third of road vehicles in operation in the United States and Europe, this type of vehicle quickly became marginalized by diesel and gasoline-powered automobiles. The superior driving range of the internal combustion engine (ICE) used in gasoline and diesel-powered cars, coupled with a growing number of gas stations which made refueling quick and easy, added further to the decline in the electric car’s popularity.

This Statista DossierPlus provides an in-depth look at the electric car market today, at the technology used, production and manufacturing, as well as at demand and the penetration rate of battery-powered vehicles.
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