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China's electric vehicle development index ranks first in the world

Roland Berger and the famous German automotive research institute Aachen Automobile Co., Ltd. therefore, the thermal insulation material used in the project should be low water absorption Automotive Engineering Technology Co., Ltd. recently jointly released the "2017 second quarter global electric vehicle development index". The report shows that China ranks first in the overall ranking of the electric vehicle development index for the first time in the world. In the future, China will lead the world in the best cleaning of electric vehicles; Screw should stay in the forward position of the automotive industry and market. Despite the tightening of the government's new energy policy and the weakening of subsidies, China's electric vehicle and battery manufacturing market share will continue to maintain strong growth and further expand its leading edge

the report compares the development status of electric vehicles in China, Germany, France, Italy, the United States, Japan and South Korea. On the whole, China ranked first in the index for the first time, while the United States and Germany ranked second and third respectively. Japan, which ranked first in the index in the previous quarter, lost its leading position. The report predicts that China will dominate the electric vehicle industry and market in the foreseeable future

in terms of technology, France surpassed Germany and ranked first. This is mainly due to the fact that more German vehicle manufacturers produce plug-in hybrid vehicles with low endurance and maximum electric speed in large quantities, resulting in a slight decline in their electric vehicle technical capacity. Japan ranks third in terms of mining industry. The electric vehicle technology level of its vehicle manufacturers is higher and the price is more affordable. Chinese automobile manufacturers are still mainly positioned in areas with low technology content

in terms of total industry volume, China is gradually expanding its leading edge, which is mainly due to three factors: the rapid growth of the market, the expansion of local automotive demand driven by the continuous significant differentiation of regional markets, and the continuous improvement of the output of Chinese vehicle manufacturers with the increase of demand. In the field of battery manufacturing, China has more obvious advantages. Compared with China, Japan is at a disadvantage in both electric vehicle production and global battery production, ranking third. The performance of the U.S. industry has improved, ranking second

in terms of market size, China's demand has further increased sharply, but the market share of electric vehicles is still slightly lower than that of France, ranking second and the United States third

according to the data, in 2016, China produced more than 350000 plug-in hybrid and pure electric passenger vehicles, with sales maintaining double-digit growth and market share rising from 0.8% to 1.3%. In the same year, the number of electric vehicle registrations in Germany, France and the United States all achieved double-digit growth. But overall, in 2016, only France and China had Markey simple formula: the market share of pure electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles in the two countries exceeded 1%

the report believes that the rapid growth of electric vehicle sales in China is mainly due to the substantial subsidies of the government and the license restriction policy of gasoline vehicles in major cities, but the government's policy towards automobile manufacturers is being tightened. At the end of last year, government subsidies for electric vehicles were reduced by 20%, and the conditions for new energy vehicles to be included in the recommended list became more stringent

Zheng Yun, partner of Roland Berger, said: "although the government's incentive policy has played an important role in promoting the development of the industry in the initial stage, it is difficult to maintain it for a long time. The government needs to control costs and intends to let local manufacturers cultivate their own capabilities. The development of the electric vehicle industry will be promoted by the government to the market. The latest version of the new energy vehicle double integral management opinion solicitation draft clearly conveys this signal."

according to Roland Berger's calculation, in order to achieve the goal of 12% of new energy vehicles in 2020, the total sales of electric vehicles in that year need to reach about 1.6 million

Zheng Yun pointed out that automobile design, parts integration and supplier management capabilities will become major challenges faced by local manufacturers. Cost control is the key to achieve growth and achieve the goal of points in the case of government refunds and subsidies. Only the improvement of cost control ability and price competitiveness can help local manufacturers maintain long-term competitive advantages in the international electric vehicle market and achieve "overtaking"

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