The latest report from Cornwall Insight makes for very encouraging reading for the e-mobility transition. The majority of the major car manufactures globally are now embracing the move to EV and the partnerships mentioned in this article are critical to ensure the transition to EVs happen as quickly as is required to help mitigate against climate change.
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Notable examples include BMW collaborating with Daimler for urban mobility services, including EV charging, and Toyota and Subaru jointly developing a platform for battery electric vehicles. There is also a range of agreements between car manufacturers for the development and manufacturing of new EVs. As partnerships between automakers increase, the supply of EVs to international markets is likely to pick up in the early 2020s, Lusher said. There is then a requirement for more charging infrastructure and EV platforms to facilitate great numbers of EVs on the road.