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Europe Electric Vehicle Market Outlook, 2027

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  • 137 Pages
  • August 2022
  • Region: Europe
  • Bonafide Research
  • ID: 5268955
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In the report titled Europe Electric Vehicle Market Outlook, 2027 the countries of Germany, UK, France, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Italy, and Spain are studied, which in total accounted for a market of more than USD 98 Billion in the year 2021. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 14% between 2022 and 2027.

The top three countries in the region are Germany, the UK, and Norway, which together account for a market share of approximately 49% in terms of value. Volkswagen Group and Renault are investing strongly in electric vehicles. The Volkswagen Group plans to invest approximately USD 72 Billion in its development, including areas of hybridization, electric mobility, and digitalization, between 2021 and 2027. A French company will invest 128.5 Million euros for a 50% stake in a venture with Jiangling Motors Corp to develop electric vehicles in China, part of a push by a French company to make further inroads into the world market.

The governments support the wide deployment of electric vehicles in the region by extending the grant scheme with a substantial grant for boosting the adoption of ultra-low emission vehicles. In March 2014, Norway became the first country in the world where one in every 100 passenger cars was an electric plug-in. In addition, in 2019, almost 60% of the cars sold were electric-powered. Customer demand for electric cars has been constrained by concerns about the limited operating range of these vehicles. In Germany, electric cars made up only 1.8% of new passenger car registrations last year, with diesel and petrol cars accounting for 32% and 59.2%, respectively. As more businesses in the region adopt electric vans and commercial vehicles, major manufacturers are working hard to keep up with demand, rolling out an impressive selection of dedicated commercial electric vans. Some countries in the region charge higher road tolls for diesel cars than for petrol-driven vehicles.

The PHEV segment is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10% during the forecast period. The market scenario is expected to change by the forecasted period, with the BEV segment ruling the market with a market value of over USD 80 Billion. Europe represents the largest share of around 0.6 Million of the charging points, corresponding to a connectivity penetration rate of 46%. There are 271337 public EV charging points in Europe. To guarantee a seamless charging infrastructure in the region, the geographic distribution of charging stations certainly needs to catch up. In 2019, super fast charging points accounted for less than 10% of the total market. The resulting lack of fast charging stations makes consumers concerned about the lack of charging options, thus forestalling the development of a functioning market.

The German government has set a target to have 7 Million to 10 Million EV registrations by the end of 2030, which has forced manufacturers to increase their production, formulate new marketing strategies, and increase EV sales in the country. Furthermore, the use of wireless EV charging systems carries a huge potential for growth in Germany since major automotive OEMs have started announcing the wireless EV charging capabilities of their luxury cars in the EV segment. For instance, Mercedes-Benz announced wireless charging for the S550e plug-in hybrid (PHEV) luxury sedan. German automotive manufacturers are investing heavily in zero-emission technology development. Since 2017, these manufacturers have invested over USD 5.17 Billion in electric vehicle technology development. Moreover, leading automotive OEMs are heavily investing in developing the electric vehicle ecosystem. For instance, BMW invested USD 340 Million in a Leipzig EV plant and another USD 225 Million in a Munich battery plant. The company has plans to introduce 12 new BEVs and 13 PHEVs in the coming years.

Factors, such as an increase in demand for fuel-efficient, high-performance, and low-emission vehicles and stringent government rules and regulations regarding vehicle emissions, supplement the growth of the electric vehicle market in Europe. However, high manufacturing costs and insufficient electric vehicle charging infrastructure in Europe are the factors that are expected to hamper the growth of the electric vehicle market. Moreover, technological advancements and proactive government initiatives complement the growth of the European electric vehicle market during the forecast period. Presently, most vehicles run on fossil fuels such as petrol and diesel. The reserves of crude oil are anticipated to become dry over the next few years; hence, there is an increased demand to search for a viable, economical, and clean source to power the automobile. Electric vehicles are the solution to a carbon-neutral, high-performance, economic, and practical transportation system.

European countries have very well accepted electric vehicles. According to the obtained data, in 2020, car manufacturers sold more than 500,000 electric cars in Europe. The sales of electric vehicles have increased progressively since 2010, with a yearly growth of around 50% over the past 5 years. As per the statistics published in the European Electric Vehicle Fact Book 2019/2020, electric vehicles represented 3.6% of new passenger car registrations in 2019, a growth of 2.5% as compared with 2018. Electric vehicles are becoming more popular in Europe as charging infrastructure improves, production costs fall, and governments work to reduce carbon emissions generated by the transportation sector. According to the International Council on Clean Transportation report, Europe is now the second-largest electric vehicle market in the world by volume, behind China and ahead of the U.S. This tremendous growth in demand for electric vehicles in Europe is expected to drive the growth of the European electric vehicle market over the forecast timeframe.

The European Union has imposed strict rules and regulations over the years on carbon emissions generated by automobiles. These regulations forced manufacturers in Europe to come up with low-emission vehicles, which ultimately led to the large-scale adoption of electric vehicles in Europe. Regulation 443/2009 fixed the compulsory reduction of carbon emission targets for new cars. The very first target was fully realized from 2015 onwards. Following an upward trend from 2012 onwards, a goal of 130 grams of CO2 per kilometer was set for the EU fleet-wide standard emanation of new passenger cars between 2015 and 2019. The maximum permitted emissions released from the new cars registered in 2019 in Norway, Iceland, and EU28 were 122.4 grams of CO2/km. From 2021, the EU fleet-wide average emission goal for new cars is set to be just 95 grams of CO2/km. In any case, if the CO2 emissions of a company's products surpass its maximum emission goal in a given year, the company has to pay a surplus emissions charge for every car registered. Since 2019, the fine is around $106.7 for each gram/km over the set target. Therefore, strict implementation of stringent government rules and regulations to limit carbon emissions from automobiles is anticipated to drive the growth of electric vehicles in Europe over the forecast period.

Several companies are focusing on the development of innovative solutions for electric mobility and charging infrastructure. In 2020, Groupe Renault (U.K.) launched its INCIT-EV project, specifically for electro-mobility. The company offered innovative wireless charging solutions for EVs across Europe under this 48-month initiative. The project will focus on low-power bidirectional charging and static wireless charging in taxi lanes located at airports and central stations in Zaragoza, Spain.

Government-supportive incentives in the form of tax reductions and grants for residential and commercial infrastructure encourage the adoption of electric mobility. For instance, in the Netherlands and Greece, the government offers incentives for purchasing and installing residential charging stations. It provides a deduction of up to 36% and a tax return of up to 75% on costs associated with purchasing and installing charging stations. The Finnish government announced an investment of approximately USD 6.57 Million to expand charging infrastructure in 2020 and 2021. These developments are expected to support the growth of EVs in Europe in the coming years.

Renault's Zoe and Tesla's Model 3 are among Europe's best-selling electric vehicle models, both in terms of vehicles in operation and new car registrations. In the latter category, Volkswagen's new ID.3 model climbed through the ranks and topped the charts in December. A growing number of local governments are announcing plans to regulate or restrict access to combustion engine vehicles in urban centers, cities, or metropolitan regions, often ahead of national targets to end new combustion vehicle sales or registrations. London has implemented small, street-based near-zero-emission zones in three areas, and Amsterdam and Paris have announced plans for citywide ZEZs in 2030. Cities are also leveraging their unique authority over public and private fleets to accelerate EV uptake in high-visibility segments. Paris has set the goal of having a 90% electric municipal fleet in 2021 and 100% zero-emission public transportation in 2025.

In a milestone for the environment, Europeans purchased more electric cars than those powered by diesel last month. According to recent data, over 20 per cent of new cars sold in Europe and the United Kingdom (UK) in December 2021 were electric. Meanwhile, the sale of diesel vehicles in the European Union (EU) slipped below 19 per cent. While many developed nations have pledged to phase out petrol and diesel vehicles in the next 20 years to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the transition will be more complicated in developing countries, where old imported cars are often the most affordable option. A 2020 report by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) found that the three largest exporters of used vehicles - Europe, Japan, and the United States - exported 14 Million used light-duty vehicles worldwide between 2015 and 2018.

Some of the key players operating in the European electric vehicle market are BMW Group (Germany), Volkswagen AG (Germany), AB Volvo (Sweden), Mercedes-Benz Group AG (Germany), Alcraft Motor Company Ltd. (U.K.), Groupe Renault (France), Stellantis N.V. (Netherlands), DAF Trucks N.V. (Netherlands), Iveco S.p.A. (Italy), and Volta Trucks AB (Sweden).

COVID-19 Impacts:

The outbreak of COVID-19 slowed down vehicle sales in Europe in 2020, including electric cars. The COVID-19 crisis led to disrupted supply chains, limited operations and workforce, and factory closures. This caused a severe decline in vehicle sales in Europe, especially in the electric vehicle segment. Consumer behavior has changed significantly since the pandemic. People have reduced their use of shared mobility services, and the total miles driven have also decreased due to remote working in most industries. In Europe, during the lockdown, manufacturing facilities, supply chains, and consumer demand were paralyzed in the first half of 2020. However, the European electric car market is moderately affected due to the strong policy support as 2020 was an important target year for emissions standards. The government supported the automotive industry by regulating policies that benefited both consumers and manufacturers. Incentives and subsidies were notably increased for purchasing an electric car in Germany, the U.K., and Norway. Besides, the prices for batteries continued to reduce, which helped increase the adoption rate of electric cars in the region. Thus, the market is anticipated to grow significantly in the forecast period.

Companies Mentioned:

Aiways Automobile Europe GmbH, Arrival Limited, Ashok Leyland, Beijing Automobiles Industry Holding Corporative limited, Bentley Motors Limited, Blue Bird Corporation, BMW Group, BYD Company Motors, Citroen, Daimler AG, Ford Motors, General Motors, Hyundai, Irizar, Lightening GT, Micro Mobility, MW Motors, NFI Group, Nio, Nissan Motor, PoleStar, Proterra, Rimac Automobiles, SAIC, Tata Motors, Tesla, Toyota Motor Corporation, VDL Groep, Volkswagen, Yutong, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group

Considered In the Report

  • Geography: Europe
  • Base year: 2021
  • Historical year: 2016
  • Estimated Year: 2022
  • Forecasted year: 2025

Countries covered:

  • Germany
  • UK
  • France
  • Norway
  • Netherlands
  • Sweden
  • Italy
  • Spain

Aspects Covered In the Report

  • Market Size By Value for the time period (2016-2027F)
  • Market Size By Volume for the time period (2016-2027F)
  • Market Share by Vehicle Type (Passenger & Light Commercial)
  • Market Share by Propulsion Type (BEV & PHEV)
  • Market Share by Sales Channel (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
  • Market Share by Charging Type (Normal & Fast)
  • Market Share by Country

Key Points Covered in this report:

  • Market Evolution through value and volume CAGRs at different verticals
  • Detailed discussion on the market dynamics that influence the market and the possible opportunities
  • In sights on the market leader's performance including market shares, strategies, products, financial positions, etc

Intended Audience

This report can be useful to industry consultants, manufacturers, suppliers, associations & organizations related to the electric vehicle industry, government bodies, and other stakeholders to align their market-centric strategies. In addition to marketing & presentations, it will also increase competitive knowledge about the industry.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary2. Report Methodology
3. Market Structure
3.1. Market Considerate
3.2. Market Definition
4. Economic /Demographic Snapshot
5. Global Electric Vehicles Market Outlook
5.1. Market Size
5.1.1. By Value
5.1.2. By Volume
5.2. Market Share
5.2.1. By Region
5.2.2. By Country
5.2.3. By Company
5.2.4. By Vehicle Type
5.2.5. By Propulsion Type
5.2.6. By Charging Type
5.2.7. By Vehicle Class
5.3. Global BEV Market Outlook
5.3.1. Market Size By Value
5.3.2. Market Size By Volume
5.4. Global PHEV Market Outlook
5.4.1. Market Size By Value
5.4.2. Market Size By Volume
6. Europe Electric Vehicles Market Outlook
6.1. Market Size
6.1.1. By Value
6.1.2. By Volume
6.2. Market Share
6.2.1. By Country
6.2.2. By Vehicle Type
6.2.3. By Propulsion Type
6.2.4. By Charging Type
6.3. Europe BEV & PHEV Market Outlook
6.3.1. By Value
6.3.2. By Volume
6.4. Germany Market Electric Vehicle Market Outlook
6.4.1. Market Size
6.4.2. Market Share
6.4.2.1. By Vehicle Type
6.4.2.2. By Propulsion Type
6.5. UK Market Electric Vehicle Market Outlook
6.5.1. Market Size
6.5.2. Market Share
6.5.2.1. By Vehicle Type
6.5.2.2. By Propulsion Type
6.6. France Market Electric Vehicle Market Outlook
6.6.1. Market Size
6.6.2. Market Share
6.6.2.1. By Vehicle Type
6.6.2.2. By Propulsion Type
6.7. Norway Market Electric Vehicle Market Outlook
6.7.1. Market Size
6.7.2. Market Share
6.7.2.1. By Vehicle Type
6.7.2.2. By Propulsion Type
6.8. Netherlands Market Electric Vehicle Market Outlook
6.8.1. Market Size
6.8.2. Market Share
6.8.2.1. By Vehicle Type
6.8.2.2. By Propulsion Type
6.9. Sweden Market Electric Vehicle Market Outlook
6.9.1. Market Size
6.9.2. Market Share
6.9.2.1. By Vehicle Type
6.9.2.2. By Propulsion Type
6.10. Italy Market Electric Vehicle Market Outlook
6.10.1. Market Size
6.10.2. Market Share
6.10.2.1. By Vehicle Type
6.10.2.2. By Propulsion Type
6.11. Spain Market Electric Vehicle Market Outlook
6.11.1. Market Size
6.11.2. Market Share
6.11.2.1. By Vehicle Type
6.11.2.2. By Propulsion Type
7. Market Dynamics
7.1. Key Drivers
7.2. Key Challenges
8. Market Trends and Developments
9. Competitive Landscape
9.1. Porter's Five Forces
10. Company Profile
10.1. Beijing Automobiles Industry Holding Corporative limited
10.2. BMW Group
10.3. BYD Company Motors
10.4. Daimler AG
10.5. Ford Motors
10.6. General Motors
10.7. Hyundai
10.8. Nissan Motor
10.9. SAIC
10.10. Tesla
10.11. Toyota Motor Corporation
10.12. Volkswagen
10.13. Zhejiang Geely Holding Group
10.14. Aiways Automobiles Corporative Limited
10.15. Arrival Limited
10.16. Ashok Leyland
10.17. Bentley Motors Limited
10.18. Blue Bird Corporation
10.19. Citroen
10.20. Irizar
10.21. Lightening GT
10.22. Micro Mobility
10.23. MW Motors
10.24. NFI Group
10.25. Nio
10.26. PoleStar
10.27. Proterra
10.28. Rimac Automobiles
10.29. Tata Motors
10.30. VDL Groep
10.31. Yutong
11. Strategic Recommendations12. Disclaimer
List of Figures
Figure 1: Global Electric Vehicles Market Size - By Value 2016 to 2027F (In USD Billion)
Figure 2: Global Electric Vehicles Market Size - By Volume 2016 to 2027F (In Thousand Units)
Figure 3: Global Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Charging Type By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Figure 4: Europe Electric Vehicles Market Size - By Value 2016 to 2027F (In USD Billion)
Figure 5: Europe Electric Vehicles Market Size - By Volume 2016 to 2027F (In Thousand Units)
Figure 6: Europe Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Charging Type By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Figure 7: Europe BEV & PHEV Market Size - By Value 2016 to 2027F (In USD Billion)
Figure 8: Europe BEV & PHEV Market Size - By Volume 2016 to 2027F (In USD Billion)
Figure 9: Porter's Five Force Model for Electric Vehicle Industry
List of Tables
Table 1: Top 10 Counties Economic Snapshot 2020
Table 2: Economic Snapshot of Other Prominent Countries 2020
Table 3: Average Exchange Rates for Converting Foreign Currencies into U.S. Dollars
Table 4: Global Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Region By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 5: Global Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Region By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 6: Global Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Country By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 7: Global Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Country By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 8: Global Electric Vehicle Market Share By Company (2020)
Table 9: Global Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 10: Global Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 11: Global Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 12: Global Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 13: Global Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Vehicle Class By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 14: Global Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Vehicle Class By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 15: Global BEV Market Size By Value 2016 to 2027F (In USD Billion)
Table 16: Global BEV Market Size By Volume 2016 to 2027F (In USD Billion)
Table 17: Global PHEV Market Size By Value 2016 to 2027F (In USD Billion)
Table 18: Global PHEV Market Size By Volume 2016 to 2027F (In USD Billion)
Table 19: Europe Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Country By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 20: Europe Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Country By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 21: Europe Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 22: Europe Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 23: Europe Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 24: Europe Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 25: Germany Electric Vehicles Market Size (Value & Volume) 2016 to 2027F
Table 26: Germany Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 27: Germany Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 28: Germany Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 29: Germany Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 30: UK Electric Vehicles Market Size (Value & Volume) 2016 to 2027F
Table 31: UK Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 32: UK Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 33: UK Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 34: UK Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 35: France Electric Vehicles Market Size (Value & Volume) 2016 to 2027F
Table 36: France Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 37: France Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 38: France Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 39: France Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 40: Norway Electric Vehicles Market Size (Value & Volume) 2016 to 2027F
Table 41: Norway Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 42: Norway Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 43: Norway Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 44: Norway Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 45: Netherlands Electric Vehicles Market Size (Value & Volume) 2016 to 2027F
Table 46: Netherlands Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 47: Netherlands Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 48: Netherlands Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 49: Netherlands Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 50: Sweden Electric Vehicles Market Size (Value & Volume) 2016 to 2027F
Table 51: Sweden Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 52: Sweden Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 53: Sweden Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 54: Sweden Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 55: Italy Electric Vehicles Market Size (Value & Volume) 2016 to 2027F
Table 56: Italy Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 57: Italy Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 58: Italy Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 59: Italy Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 60: Spain Electric Vehicles Market Size (Value & Volume) 2016 to 2027F
Table 61: Spain Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 62: Spain Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Type By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 63: Spain Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Value (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 64: Spain Electric Vehicle Market Share - By Propulsion By Volume (2016, 2021 & 2027F)
Table 65: Key Facts of Beijing Automobiles Industry Holding Corporative Limited
Table 66: Key Facts of BMW Group
Table 67: Key Facts of BYD Company Motors
Table 68: Key Facts of Daimler AG
Table 69: Key Facts of Ford Motors
Table 70: Key Facts of General Motors
Table 71: Key Facts of Hyundai
Table 72: Key Facts of Nissan Motor
Table 73: Key Facts of SAIC
Table 74: Key Facts of Tesla
Table 75: Key Facts of Toyota Motor Corporation
Table 76: Key Facts of Volkswagen
Table 77: Key Facts of Zhejiang Geely Holding Group
Table 78: Key Facts of Aiways Automobiles Corporative Limited
Table 79: Key Facts of Arrival Limited
Table 80: Key Facts of Ashok Leyland
Table 81: Key Facts of Bentley Motors Limited
Table 82: Key Facts of Blue Bird Corporation
Table 83: Key Facts of Citroen
Table 84: Key Facts of Irizar
Table 85: Key Facts of Lightening GT
Table 86: Key Facts of Micro Mobility
Table 87: Key Facts of MW Motors
Table 88: Key Facts of NFI Group
Table 89: Key Facts of Nio
Table 90: Key Facts of PoleStar
Table 91: Key Facts of Proterra
Table 92: Key Facts of Rimac Automobiles
Table 93: Key Facts of Tata Motors
Table 94: Key Facts of VDL Groep
Table 95: Key Facts of Yutong

Companies Mentioned

A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes:

  • Arrival Limited
  • Beijing Automobiles Industry Holding Corporative Limited
  • BMW Group
  • BYD Company Motors
  • Citroen
  • Daimler AG
  • Ford Motors
  • General Motors
  • Hyundai
  • Micro Mobility
  • MW Motors
  • Nissan Motor
  • PoleStar
  • Rimac Automobiles
  • SAIC
  • Tesla
  • Toyota Motor Corporation
  • VDL
  • Venturi
  • Volkswagen
  • Zhejiang Geely