“It’s a marathon, not a sprint. We won’t sell thousands of these vehicles overnight.”
According to Frank Meijer, head of Hyundai Motor Europe’s fuel-cell vehicle program, seventy percent of people interested in a battery-electric vehicle end up not buying one because of range anxiety.
“In particular, we’ll see further rapid growth in light commercial vehicles (LCVs) share of the EV market as more companies look to follow in the footsteps of companies such as Gnewt Cargo and Saga.”
Richard Schooling, CEO of Alphabet UK, says the plug-in market has reached a crucial tipping point, where customers are more likely than ever to discuss the possibility of using them on fleet.
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