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100 Experts, 1 Opinion: Predicting Future Electric Vehicle and Powertrain Component Sales

  • Malte JaenschEmail author
  • Hannes Bantle
Conference paper
Part of the Proceedings book series (PROCEE)

Abstract

As Nils Bohr famously stated, “predictions are difficult, especially about the future”. This is particularly true when the predictions concern the future development of a market as volatile and uncertain as that for electrified vehicles (xEVs). To complicate matters even further, we aimed to not only focus on the market for vehicles themselves but also try to derive forecasts about future sales of the main powertrain components, such as internal combustion engine (ICE), electric motor and the respective associated gearboxes.

Keywords

Electric vehicle xEV Sales forecast Market development Powertrain architectures Components Region 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Porsche EngineeringBietigheim-BissingenGermany

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