6 out of 10 employees want a company electric car

Made with more than 4,000 citizens from France, Germany, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands, the barometer EVBox Mobility 2022 intends to develop a comprehensive assessment of the mobility electrified in the EU. And it continues to grow in popularity since, according to theresearch44% of respondents say they want to buy a car electric. A percentage that rises to 79% per drivers of electric vehicles, of which 8 out of 10 would be prepared to opt, again, for IT COMES. 4 out of 10 European citizens still think that the transition to mobility electric it is a relevant way to reduce emissions. In addition, half of French and about 69% of (potential) electric vehicle drivers consider aspects environmental when buying a car.

Regarding the typical profile of the holder of IT COMES, would be mostly male and belonging to a well-to-do social class. However, the France and Germany tend to have more parity, with 40% and 43%, respectively, of women drivers of IT COMES. The vast majority of vehicle drivers electric they also have their own electric car. In France, it is even 95% of the 111 drivers VE tricolors that have theirs. An electrified vehicle that they recharge mainly at home (65%), instead work (33%), in supermarkets (28%) and in commercial squares. car park public and commercial (26%).

Driving a company electric car please !

In just two years, the general opinion of the population in the face of the fact that companies should offer (or already offer) a car electric to its employees has evolved significantly, from 20% approval in 2020 to 57% today. A rate that reaches almost 3 out of 4 people between drivers potential and current vehicles electric (73% and 71%) and even more than 4 drivers vehicles electric in 5 in the UK. Across the Canal, offering electric cars for use professional would also make a future entrepreneur more attractive to 7 drivers of IT COMES of 10.

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This offer, however, must be accompanied by financial assistance from thecompany to cover the costs of loading the vehicle. An opinion shared between 60 and 70% of the total population surveyed by the barometer EVBox. Among our British neighbors, more than 7 out of 10 respondents expect their employer to cover the costs of recharge professional electric cars instead of work. Maybe because only 32% of vehicle drivers electric indicate that there are a sufficient number of terminals loading in professional places. On the other hand, the coverage of the recharging costs of the IT COMES work at home more than in desk on the part of the employer it seems less necessary for the respondents (around 50%).

Charging, again and again, the challenge of electromobility

If the transition to mobility electricity is emerging as an increasingly credible possibility for European citizens, the problem of infrastructure recharge she remains pregnant. Thus, approximately 4 vehicle drivers electric out of 10 believe that the network of recharging points in the country where they live is not adapted to the cars electric. For the French population, it is also the loading time that worries more than 40% of respondents (about + 10% in two years). To access the recharge fast, almost half of the drivers of IT COMES, potential or not, are willing to pay more. It is widely believed that this would also stimulate drivers consider buying an electric vehicle more calmly.

However, the barometer EVBox/ Ipsos shows that approximately 40% of vehicle drivers electric did not find any difficulty in the field during the recharge. So are the fears expressed for lack of public information? Possible when it is observed that less than half of the drivers potential electric vehicles in almost every country (48%) do not know where to buy a charging station recharge if they needed it. At the same time, together drivers French, the belief that the cost of recharge is higher than that of a full tank of gasoline has decreased considerably with a drop of 13% overall and 30% among drivers of IT COMES. Prove that the pedagogy relating to the mobility electricity makes its way.

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