Prediction 1: The Triumph of EVs
Despite a temporary dip in EV sales, the superior technology of Electric Vehicles ensures a victorious trajectory. Anticipate a decline in EV prices with advancing battery technology, alleviating drivers’ range anxiety through robust EV infrastructure.
Prediction 2: Dealer Dilemmas Persist
Dealers, navigating a labyrinth of rules and deadlines regarding EVs and chargers, face complexities in 2024. Markets with scant EV demand present challenges—debates on accepting EV inventory, installing pricey infrastructure, and seeking landlord approvals. Dealers must strategize short-term compliance while contemplating future-proofing measures.
Prediction 3: Evolution from Renters to Buyers
Expect select rental fleets to embrace EV prominence. Rental companies, adept in renting and charging EVs, will educate customers on charger locations. Renting an EV will emerge as a catalyst for EV interest, with some renters transitioning into buyers. Broader EV adoption will ensue as manufacturers channel inventory to rental companies, catalyzing EV enthusiasm among renters.
Prediction 4: Apartments Fuel Charging Accessibility
With EV affordability rising, apartment dwellers increasingly embrace EVs. Recognizing the demand for charging, landlords view EV chargers as indispensable amenities, surpassing their previous status as mere perks. The proliferation of EV chargers in apartment complexes reduces range anxiety, solidifying charging access as a necessity.
Andres Pinter, co-CEO of Bullet EV, emphasizes, “Electric Vehicles are not a trend but the future. Prices will inevitably decline with evolving battery technology and widespread EV infrastructure.” Bullet EV, operational in Texas, California, Arizona, and Colorado, anticipates national expansion in 2024. To learn more, visit www.bulletev.com.