In the market of electric cars, there are new competitors every day. Now, established manufacturers try to take Tesla’s crown.
Electric cars are now a reality and today many brands are placing their bets to add competition in the market.
Tesla began manufacturing electric cars in California and today has surpassed border, even selling and manufacturing their products in mainland China.
China is one of the top buyers of electric cars in the world.
Now that it has a presence in Asia, Tesla seeks to expand to Europe and build a factory in Berlin, thus increasing its sales worldwide.
By reaching the market in several other countries, Tesla Motors increases its strength against competitors who plan to launch EVs in the near future.
We’re living a revolution in the automotive industry, and it won’t stop anytime soon. Due to constant research and development, we’ve been able to increase the capacity of car batteries and their autonomy.
That’s why many experienced fossil-fueled manufacturers are migrating to materials that are more environmentally friendly, and developing more electromobility projects in the short-term.
The best selling EVs on a global scale are:
- BYD (China)
- GM- Wuling
These companies, in addition to manufacturing Evs, are in charge of the development of spare parts for companies in the same business.
Meanwhile, Volkswagen is looking to contribute new products, reinforcing its place in the market and its global customer base.
Currently Volkswagen manufactures seven fully electric vehicles. Still, they don’t have a defined launch date in the Mexican market.
Ford the Mustang Mach E to its catalog, and it’s expected to keep manufacturing EVs in a large range of designs and prices.
In Mexico the situation is even more complex: the EV market includes brands such as Volvo, Honda, Audi, Mercedes, BMW, and Nissan.
Without a doubt, electric cars will soon be the preference for both commuting and traveling.