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The global electric cars market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 31.2% in 2022

The global electric cars market is expected to grow from $212.46 billion in 2021 to $278.75 billion in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 31.2%. The market is expected to grow to $825.95 billion in 2026 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 31.2%.

Major players in the electric cars market are Toyota, BMW, BYD, Tesla, BMW, Volkswagen, General Motors, BAiC Motors, SAIC, and Daimler AG.

The electric car market consists of electric car sales and services related to it. An electric car is an electric vehicle that runs by a chargeable battery such as Nickel-Metal Hydride (NI-MH) Battery, Lithium-ion Battery, Fuel Cell Battery.

The main types in the electric cars market are battery electric vehicles (BEV), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV), hybrid electric vehicles (HEV). Battery electric vehicles operate only on stored electricity, and their main components consist of a high-voltage battery, one or more electric motors (either alternating current [AC] or direct current [DC]), and a controller for managing the power electronics.

The battery types involved are lithium-iron-phosphate (left), lithium-nickel-manganese cobalt oxide (li-nmc), lithium-titanate oxide (to) battery, lithium-nickel-cobalt-aluminum oxide (NCA) battery, nickel-metal hydride (NIMH) battery, lead-acid battery. The applications involved are home use, commercial use.

Asia Pacific was the largest region in the electric cars market in 2021. Western Europe was the second largest market in electric cars market. The regions covered in this report are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, the Middle East, and Africa.

The growing demand for electric vehicles is driving the electric cars market. Electric cars are one of the fastest-growing segments in the electric vehicles market. According to the InsideEVs report (Electric vehicle world sales database), in 2019 nearly 2.2 million electric vehicles were sold globally. According to Forbes, Electric vehicles (EVs) will surge to 57% which is more than half of global passenger car sales by 2040.

The major companies in the automobile industry such as Tesla, BMW, Volkswagen, and others are expected to release around 200 models of electric vehicles. Electric vehicles don’t use fuel or gas and they are more economical than other vehicles. The demand for an electric vehicle is growing because of its low maintenance, less carbon emission, convenient charging, less noise from the engine, higher fuel costs.

Lack of standardization of charging infrastructure is slowing down the electric cars market. The charging infrastructure is a charging point for Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV), Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV), Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV), Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV) available in every region. According to McKinsey’s report, there will be an estimated 120 million electric vehicle units on road by 2030. The demand for electric vehicles is rising due to environmental concerns and health Hazards.

The sudden shift to electric vehicles in many regions leads to a lack of charging infrastructure. Tesla, Mahindra, Audi, and other international OEMs are expected to launch 10 new electric vehicle models in 2021 in India. However, many countries don’t have proper charging infrastructure for electric vehicles due to higher up-front capital, higher operating costs, and currently low utilization of electric vehicles. This factor is likely to challenge the growth of this market.

The development of wireless charging facilities for electric vehicles is the greatest opportunity for both OEMs and end-users. Wireless charging enables charging of an electric vehicle without any inconvenience of finding the right cable connector at the charging point, and/or stopping by at any charging station.

Wireless charging uses dynamic and inductive charging technologies where the electricity is transferred from one magnetic coil in the charger to a second magnetic coil connected to a car. Tesla, BMW, Rolls Royce, Volkswagen, Nissan, etc. are working on wireless charging system cars because the OEMs and technology companies figured out that it is much easier to charge an electric vehicle by wireless charging system than a plug-in system.

Qualcomm’s technologies, continuously working on its wireless charging system called Qualcomm Halo that uses dynamic technology which helps to charge the electric vehicle while driving. Therefore the wireless charging system has a huge scope in the future to electrify vehicles all over the world.

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