EVs to be cheaper than fossil fuel models by 2027
Electric vehicles (EVs) will be cheaper to make than fossil fuel models across Europe by 2027, Bloomberg New Energy Finance analysis suggests.Falling battery costs, new designs and dedicated EV production lines are expected to bring manufacturing costs below those of fossil fuel models. The findings suggest EVs could account for all new car
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