'Better late than never': Could 2020 deliver a tipping point for electric vehicles?

Michael Holder
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Volkswagen's ID.3 is one of numerous EV models launching to market in 2020 | Credit: Volkswagen
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Volkswagen's ID.3 is one of numerous EV models launching to market in 2020 | Credit: Volkswagen

Tighter CO2 regulations, tax incentives, and market pressures could provide a launchpad for rapid EV sales over the next decade, according to experts

The electric car market is poised to finally reach a tipping point in 2020, as a combination of tighter CO2 regulations and fast-evolving market forces provide the launch pad for a rapid uptake of zero...

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