Consumers and eMobility report 2019

Statista Mobility Market Outlook

Consumers and eMobility report 2019 Consumers still mainly drive gasoline and diesel cars in their primarily used car in the U.S., the UK and Germany. While gasoline is still the most probable drive for a future car, hybrids and electric drives catch up.

Electric drives seen as sustainable and environmentally friendly, but not sporty, whereas gasoline drives score in terms of suitability for day-to-day use and sportiness.


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  • Drive typology, knowledge & interest
  • Benefits & disadvantages
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  • Autonomous cars
  • Public transport
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Consumer insights show that gasoline and diesel lead in terms of drives in the primarily used car in the U.S., the UK and Germany. While gasoline is still the most probable drive for a future car, hybrids and electric drives catch up. Electric drives seen as sustainable and environmentally friendly, but not sporty, whereas gasoline drives score in terms of suitability for day-to-day use and sportiness. In Germany, state subsidies for electric cars are seen as low and less environmental pollution seen as main benefit of an electric car. The most innovative brand in the field of alternative drives is Tesla, which is also the most associated brand with electromobility.

  • Language: English
  • Released: August 2019
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