Undoubtedly, very striking news indicates the strong demand for electric cars in Europe, where sales are advancing at a remarkable rate. For example, the figures that come from a paradigmatic market like Norway, where a brand like Porsche has seen how 70% of the cars they sell are already 100% electric.
Demand is so strong that the small Nordic state has already reached 1,000 units delivered. A significant number if we consider the price segment in which the German sedan moves. That represents a loud and clear warning to manufacturers of the critical change that the automotive sector is experiencing.
Figures that we can add to Volkswagen’s expectations, which a few weeks ago advanced that the implementation of electric cars was faster than expected and that in 2021 they hoped to achieve a 90% sales share in Norway for electric vehicles.
Impressive figures that also occur at a time of expansion of the offer where customers have very little variety and that in a few months will see how this increases. For example, in Porsche’s case with the arrival of the Taycan Cross Turismo version.
A proposal halfway between SUVs and saloons, where the main differences concerning the Taycan will be the use of a family body with a hatchback, a raised suspension, roof bars, and a series of protections