Most read Electric Vehicle Reports in July

We have compiled a list of the three most read Automotive Reports in July. These reports give insight on the current state of electric vehicle (EV) adoption and charging trends, the rapid growth of EV consideration among vehicle shoppers in the U.S., and consumers' intentions to adopt battery electric vehicles (BEVs) in ten EU countries.
  • EV Driver Survey Report 2023 | Shell Recharge, LCP Delta
  • Path to EV Adoption: Consumer and Dealer Perspectives | Cox Automotive
  • Consumer Monitor 2022 | EAFO

EV Driver Survey Report 2023 | Shell Recharge, LCP Delta

This report comprehensively analyzes the current state of electric vehicle (EV) adoption and charging trends. The study aims to provide insights into the factors driving the acceleration of EV adoption, the preferences and behaviors of EV drivers, and the role of charging infrastructure in shaping the EV market. The data presented in the report is based on a survey conducted among a diverse group of EV drivers, including both individual consumers and business fleet operators.

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Source: EV Driver Survey Report 2023 | Shell Recharge, LCP Delta

Path to EV Adoption: Consumer and Dealer Perspectives | Cox Automotive

This report examines the rapid growth of electric vehicle (EV) consideration among U.S. vehicle shoppers, despite EVs accounting for less than 8% of total sales in 2023. Affordability is a major barrier, and there’s a significant gap in readiness between consumers and dealerships. Dealers look to OEMs for support in learning about EVs, especially charging and batteries. Equipping dealerships with EV servicing capabilities is crucial in the near term, given the high likelihood of EV buyers having already made their purchase decision before visiting a dealership. The report provides insights and recommendations to bridge these readiness gaps and enhance EV adoption.

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Source: Path to EV Adoption: Consumer and Dealer Perspectives | Cox Automotive

Consumer Monitor 2022 | EAFO

This report presents the main findings of the 2022 EAFO Consumer Monitor survey conducted in ten EU countries. It focuses on consumers’ intentions to adopt battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and their e-mobility behavior. The report highlights barriers to BEV adoption, such as purchase price and driving range. It also provides insights into the preferences and needs of BEV drivers regarding recharging infrastructure. The findings underscore the importance of addressing these barriers and targeting underrepresented groups to promote wider BEV adoption in Europe.

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Source: Consumer Monitor 2022 | EAFO
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