Are U.S. Consumers Finally Embracing Electric Vehicles?

Firsthand Experience
One of the biggest hurdles automakers face with regard to selling more EVs is getting consumers into electric vehicles to better understand the experience. According to J.D. Power, 24 percent of respondents who have at least ridden in an EV are “very likely” to consider a purchase, compared to 11 percent of respondents who have no experience with electric vehicles. That percentage increases to 34 percent among those who have driven an EV, while 48 percent of current owners are very likely to consider another EV purchase.

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