About this report
EVs are seeing a surge in both popularity and consumer uptake due to their wide availability from a variety of OEMs. For OEMs, this renewed interest follows government policies and incentives alongside the chance to embrace new business models and revenue streams. This has led to dozens of automakers adopting electrification strategies that will see their ICE vehicles phased out in favor of EVs before 2030.
Before these strategies were announced in response to strict emission policies, the ecosystem for EVs was already expansive. To date, several OEMs and third parties have developed, or are developing, charging infrastructure, and consumers are continuing to benefit from the exclusive features and technologies offered in EVs. As key players in the industry look to boost this ecosystem even further, it will only grow in significance and complexity over time.
The EV Guide provides key insights into the landscape of EVs today with a focus on mass-produced passenger and light commercial EVs. It assesses and compares the features offered by different OEMs across their EV lineups while taking a deep dive into the charging infrastructure provided for EV users. The guide also works to thoroughly profile the landscape's key players and outline the key policy considerations and environmental impacts for EV development.