30% growth in demand for sales of electric cars
Bilal Nasr, CEO of the "New Auto" company for the supply of cars, stated that "the local markets have witnessed, since the beginning of the second quarter of this year until the current period, a growth in the demand for electric car sales, at rates estimated at 30%, according to the observed market indicators."
He pointed out, in statements to "Emirates Today" during a press interview in Dubai yesterday, that "the growth rates in the demand for electric cars exceed the rates of demand during the years before the "Corona" pandemic," noting that "the significant growth in demand for these cars is due to a rise in demand for electric cars." Awareness among consumers of the importance and feasibility of these cars, in addition to the increase in the diversity of electric cars on the market compared to previous periods
He added that "the diversity of options offered for electric cars in the market has provided greater price alternatives for consumers to choose between types of cars," expecting that demand rates will rise at greater rates during the coming periods for these cars, with the intention of a large number of international producing companies to launch new versions of electric cars in the markets of the country and the region. He
said that "the markets are currently available in models of electric cars at prices close to the models of traditional fuel cars, but with a difference in the low operating cost in the long term of use," noting that "the continued increase in demand for electric cars will support the rise in the market value to restore Selling those cars.
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