US Hybrid and Electric Cars Market Discussed in MarketLine Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
10 Apr 2014 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The US market for electric and hybrid cars has been badly battered by the economic slump of 2008, leading to fluctuations in domestic sales volume in the recent years. However, in 2012, sales gradually increased and kept on growing at a strong rate in 2013. Toyota Motor Corporation’s dominance is currently being challenged by Ford Motor Company. There has been a hike in Ford sales in 2013 due to the company’s increasing presence in the alternative-fuel vehicle market, and also the success of such pure electric vehicles as the Nissan Leaf and Tesla Model S.
At present, the national hybrid and electric car marketplace is expanding at a healthy growth rate. Meantime, manufacturers are shifting to novel fuel technologies like solar energy and hydrogen fuel cells. This demonstrates local producers’ commitment to alternative-fuel cars which are primed to become more and more important in the next few years.
In-demand research study “Hybrid and Electric Cars in the US: Two differing strategies” drawn up by MarketLine provides an in-depth guide to the US hybrid and electric car market.
The case study examines recent movements in the US hybrid and electric car market over the previous years and pinpoints key driving forces impacting these trends. The report offers a set of unbiased data on the US hybrid and electric car market, comprising historic sales volumes, market share information and market segmentation analysis. The report analyses Ford and Toyota’s position in the domestic marketplace, covering their current US electrified product choice sets, and the latest issues having been faced by them. Toyota and Ford's future plans in the hybrid and electric car market space are disclosed in the study as well.
Hybrid and Electric Cars in the US: Two differing strategies
Published: March, 2014
Price: US$ 495.00
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