They’re super-fast, with great acceleration.
Electric vehicle sales in 2021 are surging in China but slower in the U.S. There are concerns among consumers about limited driving range, long times for recharging and the price.
Nevertheless, governments around the world believe zero emission cars are the way to go, especially in light of climate change. Are we on the verge of an electric revolution?
Mark Niu has this story from San Francisco.
- Ashly Knapp is the founder of autoadvisor.com.
- Ray Wang is the principal analyst and founder of Constellation Research.
- Raymond Tsang is a partner at Bain & Company
- Andy Mok is a senior research fellow at the Center for China and Globalization.
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