A few days ago, Polestar officially released the latest research results. The results show that 34% of consumers are in favor of stopping the sale of fuel vehicles in 2030.
Polestar: Survey shows that 1/3 of consumers support stopping the sale of gasoline vehicles by 2030
Nearly half of Australians (44%) plan to buy an electric vehicle within 10 years, with a quarter planning to buy within five years, the survey showed. Nearly half (48%) of respondents want to ban the sale of gasoline-powered vehicles from 2035. More than a third (34%) of consumers want to ban the sale of petrol vehicles from 2030.
The survey, conducted by GlobeScan and funded by Polestar, surveyed 18,000 ordinary people in 19 countries in Australia, Europe, North America and Asia, and the sample was designed to be nationally representative across all demographics. As a publicly traded EV brand, from Polestar’s perspective, the findings clearly benefit the brand.
It is worth mentioning that in the Polestar survey, consumers from China ranked 8th among 19 countries in their support for stopping the sale of fuel vehicles, while the penetration rate of new energy vehicles has exceeded 70% of Norwegian consumers. , the support rate for stopping the sale of google play downloads fuel vehicles ranked second from the bottom of the 19 countries.
Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath believes a global ban on petrol vehicles must come soon: “With only 1.5% of vehicles on the road today being electric, it’s clear that we’re living in an electric vehicle bubble, not Electric vehicle boom time. More importantly, automakers must act now, not wait for policy changes.”
IT Home has learned that Polestar currently produces two electric vehicles – Polestar 1 and Polestar 2. From 2022, Polestar will launch a new pure electric product every year, Polestar 3, Polestar 4 and Polestar 2. Star 5 is already planned.