10 out of 6 people want to buy an electric vehicle

One person wants to buy electric vehicle
One person wants to buy electric vehicle

LeasePlan, one of the largest rental companies in the world, published the “Electric Vehicles and Sustainability” section of the Mobility Insight Report, which it co-operated with Ipsos. While the report showed a record level of support for electric vehicles in the last 3 years, it also revealed that insufficient charging infrastructure is seen as the biggest obstacle in choosing electric vehicles. Accordingly, 65 percent of the participants stated that they will now use zero-emission electric vehicles, while 44 percent stated that their attitude towards electric vehicles has changed positively, especially in the last 3 years. In the study, 61 percent of all participants stated that if they buy a new vehicle within 5 years, they would prefer electric vehicles. However, 5 percent of those planning to buy vehicles in the next 57 years cited the purchase price as the main reason preventing them from purchasing electric vehicles, followed by the concern about charging possibilities with 51 percent and range with 34 percent.

Research the countries drew attention to his interest in electric vehicles drive on the basis of the results Taken in Turkey. The attitude towards Turkey's electric vehicle last 3 years was 69 percent more positive. In addition, research on electric vehicles in Turkey with the intention of getting breast the tape first. Accordingly, 61 percent of drivers want to get electric vehicles in Turkey stated that Turkey to Italy with 51 percent, followed by Portugal with 49 percent. In the study, drivers in Turkey at the beginning of reason to purchase electric vehicles came with 54 percent of the purchase price. This was followed by undercharging infrastructure with 37 percent and range concerns at 26 percent. On the other hand, Turkey, under the most optimistic projections of the electric vehicle in 2030 was also one of the two countries. 77 percent of respondents in Turkey and 73 per cent of respondents in Portugal said he believes most of the new car will be electric by 2030.

LeasePlan, one of the largest fleet leasing companies in the world, published the “Electric Vehicles and Sustainability” section of the Mobility Insight Report, which it co-operated with Ipsos, one of the leading global research companies. over 22 from 5.000 countries including Turkey also found in the survey held with the participation of people, those who drive electric vehicles and electric vehicles took place requests concerning obstacles to achieving results. The study showed that there has been a record level of support for electric vehicles, especially in the last 3 years, and now more drivers want to use electric vehicles. According to the research, 65 percent of the participants stated that they will now use zero-emission electric vehicles, while 44 percent stated that their attitude towards electric vehicles has changed positively, especially in the last 3 years.

The obstacles in front of the electric vehicle are charging infrastructure, range and sales prices

In the research, participants who are considering buying a new vehicle within 5 years were asked about their priority preferences. 61 percent of the participants stated that they would consider purchasing an electric vehicle if they would buy a new vehicle within 5 years. In addition, the study revealed that drivers no longer think green alternatives cost more than driving diesel or gasoline vehicles. 46 percent of respondents stated that electric vehicles not only contribute to the fight against climate change, but also have lower operating costs thanks to lower CO2 emissions. However, it was also among the results of the study that there are still serious obstacles to electric vehicles. Looking at the overall results of the LeasePlan survey, 5 percent of those who plan to buy vehicles in the next 57 years cite their purchase prices as the main reason preventing them from purchasing electric vehicles, while 51 percent are concerned about insufficient charging infrastructure and 34 percent are concerned about range.

Turkey's 3 percent more positive attitude of the last 69 years

Research the country drew attention to the positive attitudes towards electric vehicles drive on the basis of the results Taken in Turkey. Accordingly, it was revealed that two out of every three drivers participating in the research have a very positive attitude towards electric vehicles, while this attitude has peaked in recent years. The attitude towards Turkey's electric vehicle last 3 years was 69 percent more positive. It followed by Portugal with 62 per cent of Turkey. Romania, Greece and Italy were among the countries that have shown a more positive attitude towards electric vehicles in the last 3 years. Research certainly be stated that the electric car more than a quarter of the next drive in general, given the intention to breast the tape first in Turkey and electric vehicle research. Accordingly, 61 percent of drivers in Turkey has said it wants to take electric vehicles. Turkey to Italy with 51 percent, followed by Portugal with 49 percent.

The selling prices of electric vehicles are the most important reason for not buying

In the Electric Vehicles and Sustainability section of the LeasePlan Mobility Insight Report, the reasons for drivers to buy and not buy electric vehicles were also investigated. Accordingly, 47 percent of the participants stated that they preferred electric vehicles due to low operating costs, 46 percent preferred electric vehicles due to low CO2 emissions, and 33 percent preferred these vehicles due to tax cuts offered to electric vehicle owners. In other words, low operating costs, environmental sensitivity and incentives stand out as the top 3 reasons for choosing electric vehicles. On the other hand, the top 3 reasons why drivers do not prefer electric vehicles are listed as purchase price, insufficient charging possibilities and range. Motorists in Turkey at the beginning of my reasons for buying an electric car came with 54 percent of the purchase price. This was followed by undercharging infrastructure with 37 percent and range concerns at 26 percent.

Women are more aware of CO2 emissions than men

In the research, the participants were asked about their 2030 expectations for electric vehicles. 58 percent of drivers said they estimate that most vehicles on the road will be electric or similar zero-emission vehicles by 2030. Only 18 percent did not agree with this view. The countries covered by the projection of 2030 was the most hopeful of electric vehicles in Portugal and Turkey. 77 percent of respondents in Portugal, 73 percent of respondents in Turkey, in 2030, most new electric vehicle (or another type of zero-emission vehicles), said he believes will happen. Among other findings, the report found that 34 percent of young drivers and 37 percent of drivers living in large cities were the most likely to switch to electric vehicles. Also, 48 percent of women cited lower CO2 emissions as the reason for switching to electric vehicles, compared to only 43 percent for men.

"The latest SCT increase may hinder positive interest"

In LeasePlan Turkey General Manager Türkay Oktay report about evaluation, "Electric vehicles reveal that increased with each passing day of interest and zero-emissions awareness in the fields of our research we carried out in 22 countries work was done prior to that last excise duty arrangements in November 2020. While the most important factor for not choosing electric vehicles is the purchase price; Unfortunately, the SCT hike on electric vehicles with the latest tax regulation seems to hamper the interest and awareness that are developing positively in our country. In many countries not only tax relief for the growing electric vehicle market with government support in applying different incentive programs, yet in Turkey, which is up the road market, I think both infrastructure is important to the assessment of tax support issue again, "he said.

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