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Harry Walter - TransparencyMarket Research

08 Jun 2016 03:06:59

Traction Motors used in Electric Vehicles for Propulsion



According to the report, the global market for electric vehicle stood at US$83.5 bn in 2012. The high operational cost associated with traditional vehicles has prompted consumers to shift towards electric vehicles, which is far more cost-efficient. Apart from this, the eco-friendly nature of electric vehicles is also supporting their adoption among consumers. However, the huge purchasing price as well as limited movement range of electric vehicles is hampering the growth of this market to a certain extent.

Market Description of Electric Vehicles:
http://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/electric-vehicles-market.html

The report further states that innovation and technical advancements are likely to propel this market over the forecast period. As of now, manufacturers are focusing on developing durable and highly efficient batteries in order to extend the driving range of these vehicles.

Electric cars, buses, motorcycles, scooters, trucks, and bicycles are the major products available in the global electric vehicles market. In 2012, the electric cars segment led the overall product market in terms of revenue and was closely followed by electric bicycles and trucks. The electric cars market is expected to remain the highest revenue generating segment over the forecast period. In terms of volume, the electric bicycles segment dominated the overall market in 2012 and is anticipated to maintain its position in the coming years, says the market study.

Regionally, the global electric vehicles market is distributed among North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the World. North America emerged as the market leader in 2012, with a share of 38.3% in the overall market. Various regulation to curb fuel consumption as well as initiatives to promote the adoption of electric vehicles by several North American governments have stimulated the demand for these vehicles extensively in this region, notes the market study.

The Asia Pacific electric vehicle market is expected to be fueled by the increasing regulatory as well as monetary support from governments for R&D activities in this field. Various subsidies and tax rebates offered by APAC governments on buying electric vehicles are also projected to trigger the demand among consumers. Additionally, various public education programs have also been launched in this region in order to spread awareness about the benefits provided by electric vehicles. All these factors are likely to boost the Asia Pacific market for electric vehicles during the forecast period.

Brochure Containing Technical Aspects of Electric Vehicles at: http://bit.ly/1YeksvG

Analysts at TMR predict that the initiatives taken by the governments in Europe supporting green technologies in the automotive sector will stimulate the Europe electric vehicle market significantly.

Tesla Motors Inc., General Motors Co., Nissan Motors Co., Mitsubishi Motors Corp., Renault S.A., Volkswagen, Smith Electric Vehicles, AND Daimler AG are some of the major players operating in the global electric vehicles market, states the report.


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