Autology: How long does it actually take for an EV to charge?
As EVs sales continue to grow, the question remains if global charging infrastructure and technology is adequate for consumers.
For those who may be still wary of purchasing fully electric vehicles over traditionally fueled cars, a key factor to consider is how long will EVs take to charge? Will it be longer than filling up at a gas station, and will it be more often?
IHS Markit’s e-mobility experts answer all the practical questions needed to make an EV purchasing decision, and also discuss how charging infrastructure and batteries are expected to improve in future.
Tune into this week’s episode of Autology to find out all.
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Speaker: Elisha Thakorlal, OEM Strategy expert at IHS Markit
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