Cars: With the end of thermodynamics in 2035, the all-electric car challenge has taken off

Cars: With the end of thermodynamics in 2035, the all-electric car challenge has taken off

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Car manufacturers will no longer have the right to sell new cars with heat engines from 2035 in Europe. The East of FranceIs she ready?

In 2035, Been completed New cars with heat engines, make room for electricity. But, Is the sector ready? On a vacant plot in the north, Renault has already taken the lead in building a battery production site. In addition to this plant, two more are already under construction. According to Arnaud Aimee, Transportation Specialist at AIS Partners, it will not be very easy for builders to get raw materials, because mining projects take time to develop.

In terms of freight, there are 60,040 terminals in France. By 2035, it will be necessary to double them everywhere on Earth. As far as auto workers are concerned, an electric vehicle requires less labor. consequences : According to one study, 275,000 jobs are at risk. For consumers, an electric car costs an average of 10,000 euros more than the purchase of a thermal car. Will the electric car be accessible to everyone? According to some specialists, it will be difficult to sell an electric car at the same price as entry-level thermal models.


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