The 2030 ICE ban will end the sales of petrol and diesel vehicles and by 2035 hybrid vehicles will still be used.
The rise of Electric Vehicles
EV are becoming increasingly popular in recent years, with advancements in battery technology, charging infrastructure and government incentives driving their adoption. EV offer many benefits such as reducing carbon emissions, lower operating costs and improved energy efficiency. Due to these benefits there has been an increasing demand for EV.
What are the challenges that ICE vehicles will be expecting?
While the transition to electrical vehicles is rising, there are some challenges which need to be understood about ICE vehicles.
- Environmental Concerns: Internal combustion engines (ICE) are known for their carbon emissions, contributing to air pollution and climate change. The government has been putting a process in place which implements stricter emission standard’s to combat these issues which is why it is harder to manufacture ICE vehicles to these specifications.
- Infrastructure Limitations: EV charging infrastructure has increased over the years. However, due to the high amount of fuel stations already well established, it is more convenient for ICE drivers. The transition into charging networks is being matched to the convenience and accessibility to traditional fuel stations.
- Technological Progress: EV technology is continuing to grow, with ongoing advancements made to batteries capacity, range and charging speeds. With the constant progress there is an increase in consumer demand making it harder for ICE vehicles match the changes.
The Future of ICE vehicles.
While the rise of EV continues ICE vehicles will still be around. Hybrid vehicles, which combine an internal combustion engine with electric propulsion, which allow improved fuel efficiency and reduced emissions. This provides a bridge between ICE vehicles and EV.
Half of BMW’s Groups Vehicle Deliveries Are Set To Be Fully Electric By 2030 – https://autoserve.co.uk/ev-vehicles/half-of-bmws-groups-vehicle-deliveries-are-set-to-be-fully-electric-by-2030/
How To Maximise Your EV’s Range – https://autoserve.co.uk/ev-vehicles/how-to-maximise-your-evs-range/
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