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The remarketing risk of EVs

Phil Curry | 24 Feb 2021

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Phil Curry

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Phil Curry, Daily Brief Editor, is a seasoned automotive journalist, always keen to seek out and explain the latest industry developments

The remarketing of electrically-chargeable vehicles (EVs) is examined by Autovista Group experts in our latest webinar. The mixed approach across Europe to provide stimuli for EV sales is paying off, with forecasters predicting a 40% market share for the technology by 2030. Does the increase in registrations trigger new remarketing risks? The panel considers whether the increasing sales of EVs will impact RV performance over the next three years. It also looks at potential differences in risk between BEV and plug-in hybrids (PHEVs).

You can view the entire webinar below, or download the slide deck here.

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