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Electromobility Report 2021: Update Europa

Electromobility Report 2021: Update Europa

Scenarios of the market ramp-up for the year 2030 High sales dynamics of electromobility in Europe and in Germany in 2020 and 2021For the year 2030, the share of new registrations of electric vehicles (EVs) in Europe can be increased under favorable...

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    YouGov cooperates with the Center of Automotive Management (CAM)Cologne, Germany, July 8, 2021. The international data & analytics group YouGov is now cooperating with the Center of Automotive Management (CAM), headed by Prof. Dr. Stefan Bratzel.The aim...

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E-Mobilität in Deutschland|Kurzanalyse der Jan-März 2021

E-mobility in Germany|Short analysis of Jan-March 2021

In March 2021, 65,681 electric vehicles (BEV/PHEV) were newly registered in Germany, representing a market share of 22.5 percent of total new registrations. Only in the exceptional month of December 2020 were more e-vehicles ever sold. In the first quarter of 2021...

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Die innovationsstärksten Automobilhersteller von batterieelektrischen Fahrzeugen (BEV)

The most innovative automobile manufacturers of battery electric vehicles (BEV)

Tesla remains the world's most innovative automaker in the field of pure electric mobility (BEV). The Volkswagen Group comes in a clear second, with the Chinese BYD Group and the Hyundai Group also fast followers.In the...

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Nio ET7 (2021) | CAM Factsheet

Nio ET7 (2021) | CAM Factsheet

We have been watching NIO from an innovation perspective for some time now. The Chinese start-up could develop into a very relevant competitor in the premium segment. And NIO ET7 comes up with some remarkable innovations: Highlights NIO ET7: From...

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E-Mobilität in Deutschland.

E-Mobility in Germany

Full-year balance for 2020 Germany rises to become the second-largest single market for electric vehicles in 2020, according to CAM forecast.The share of new registrations of e-vehicles rises to 13.5 percent in 2020 thanks to the record month of December. December 2020...

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Neue OEMs in der Automobilindustrie | CAM-Factsheet

New OEMs in the automotive industry | CAM factsheet

Electric carmaker NIO is currently the fourth highest-valued automotive company in the world, ahead of Daimler. Alongside Tesla, more and more new entrants from China are achieving remarkable technological maturity. For NIO, the CAM AutomotiveINNOVATIONS database currently lists 157...

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Webinar: Mobility Services Report 2020

Webinar: Mobility Services Report 2020

The trade magazine carIT, together with Prof. Stefan Bratzel from the Center of Automotive Management (CAM), presents the results of the new Mobility Services Report (MSR) in a free webinar. In this 60-minute webinar plus 30 minutes of Q&A, you will learn:...

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Webinar: CCI-Studie 2020

Webinar: CCI-Study 2020

The trade magazine carIT, together with Professor Stefan Bratzel from the Center of Automotive Management (CAM), presents the results of the current CCI study in a free webinar. In this 60-minute webinar plus 30 minutes of Q&A, you will learn: the...

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BMW iX (2021) vs. Tesla Model X (2020) | CAM-Vergleich

BMW iX (2021) vs. Tesla Model X (2020) | CAM comparison

According to the manufacturer, the BMW iX, which was released on Nov. 11, 2020, will usher in a new era of electric mobility in the SUV segment and will be produced at the Dingolfing plant starting in summer 2021. On the occasion of this event, CAM took a close look at the newly presented model...

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OEM-Innovationen: Top 5 | 3. Quartal 2020

OEM-Innovationen: Top 5 | 3. Quartal 2020

In Q3 2020, numerous vehicle technology innovations were inventoried by major global automotive groups into our CAM-AutomotiveINNOVATIONS database. This serves as the basis for our annual AutomotiveINNOVATIONS Report,...

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