Global Top 20 Electric Car Companies [2023]

Monday, 1 May 23, 08:10

Unlike a conventional vehicle that runs on gasoline, an electric vehicle has a battery and an electric motor instead of a gasoline tank and an internal combustion engine.

Who makes the world’s best electric cars? Who manufactures state-of-the-art electric cars with customer-friendly features? Where are the global EV makers located?

Unlike a conventional vehicle that runs on gasoline, an electric vehicle has a battery and an electric motor instead of a gasoline tank and an internal combustion engine.

Who makes the world’s best electric cars? Who manufactures state-of-the-art electric cars with customer-friendly features? Where are the global EV makers located?

Find answers to all these in our post on the world’s top electric car companies.

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Global Top 20 Electric Car Companies [2023]

BYD Auto Co., Ltd.

Tesla, Inc.

Volkswagen AG

SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile

Stellantis N.V.

Hyundai Motor Company


Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co., Ltd.


Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance

GAC Motor

SAIC Motor Corp., Ltd.

Chery Automobile Co. Ltd.


Changan Automobile Co., Ltd.

Dongfeng Motor Corporation

Ford Motor Company

Great Wall Motor

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Wrapping Up

Global Top 20 Electric Car Companies [2023]

Here are the world’s leading electric vehicle market players (ranking is based on sales):

BYD Co., Ltd.

Founded: 1995

Location: Shenzhen, Guangdong, China

BYD Co., Ltd. (“BYD” is an abbreviation of “Build Your Dreams”) was founded by Chinese chemist Wang Chuanfu and is one of China’s largest privately owned enterprises with several subsidiaries.

Over the years, BYD has evolved into a leading technology company with more than 30 industrial parks across 6 continents and an industry leader in automotives, electronics, renewable energy, and rail transit.

As a globally leading producer of rechargeable batteries, including lithium-ion batteries, NCM batteries, and NiMH batteries, BYD owns the entire supply chain layout—from mineral battery cells to battery packs.

BYD’s batteries are ideal for a variety of uses, such as consumer electronics, energy storage, and new energy vehicles. The company launched the “Blade Battery” to mitigate battery safety concerns in electric vehicles like electric cars.

BYD’s Blade Battery successfully passed a nail penetration test. Moreover, its optimized battery pack structure increases the battery pack space by over 50%.

Additionally, the robust chemistry and universal design of BYD’s cobalt-free LFP batteries (lithium iron phosphate batteries) make them suitable for use in a wide range of temperatures and areas worldwide.

Tesla, Inc.

Founded: 2003

Location: Austin, Texas, United States

Founded as “Tesla Motors” and named after the Serbian-American inventor “Nikola Tesla,” Tesla, Inc. (Tesla) is a globally recognized automotive and clean energy company with subsidiaries, including Tesla Automation and Tesla Energy.

It designs and manufactures electric vehicles, battery energy storage systems, solar panels, solar roof tiles, and related products and services.

Tesla’s “Powerwall” is a compact home battery that serves as an integrated battery system to store solar energy for backup protection. Powerwall complements various home styles and solar systems and comes with versatile mounting options for indoor or outdoor spaces.

Starting with solar battery manufacturing in 2015, Tesla grew its foothold in the electric battery business with strategic partnerships involving industry-leading battery manufacturers like CATL and Panasonic.

Compared to other automaker competitors, Tesla has the largest battery production operations in the U.S. With a major new investment to expand its Gigafactory in Sparks (Nevada), the Nevada assembly plant will play a key role in making 4680-cell batteries and electric Semi trucks.

Tesla’s EV range includes:

Model Y: Model Y is fully electric with dual motor all-wheel drive and provides up to 330 miles of estimated range on a single charge. In addition, Tesla charging network has 40,000+ Superchargers worldwide to plug in along the way. Model Y provides maximum versatility and is capable in rain, snow, mud, and off-road, with superior traction control.

Volkswagen AG

Founded: 1937

Location: Wolfsburg, Germany

Volkswagen AG (also known as the “Volkswagen Group” and “Volkswagen” (VW)) is a multinational automotive manufacturer and a world-leading provider of sustainable mobility, with four major tech platforms—Mechatronics, Software, Battery & Charging, and Mobility Solutions.

The Volkswagen Group comprises ten brands, including:

  • Audi
  • Bentley
  • Ducati
  • Lamborghini
  • Porsche
  • SEAT
  • Volkswagen
  • Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles

Volkswagen plans to win global customers over to electric mobility with attractive, affordable EVs. In addition, the Volkswagen Group is committed to launching up to 70 all-electric models by 2030.

The Volkswagen’s ID. series electric vehicle line-up is built on the MEB (Modular Electric-drive Toolkit) platform and includes a family of battery electric cars (such as ID.3, ID.4, ID.5, ID.6, and ID. Buzz) and concept cars (such as ID. AERO, ID. CROZZ, ID. VIZZION, ID. ROOMZZ, and ID. XTREME).

Furthermore, the Volkswagen Group is setting new standards in electric mobility with offerings like the Porsche Taycan series (including the Taycan 4 Cross Turismo and Taycan GTS Sport Turismo) and the Audi electric models (including Audi RS e-tron GT and Audi e-tron Sportback).

SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile

Founded: 2002

Location: Liuzhou, China

SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile (SGMW) is a three-shareholder joint venture (JV) between General Motors (GM), SAIC Motor Corporation Limited, and Liuzhou Wuling Motors Co., Ltd. SGMW has three manufacturing bases and makes commercial and consumer vehicles under the Wuling and Baojun marques, respectively.

In addition to the fuel-powered MPVs, SUVs, and vans, SGMW sells pure electric models based on the GSEV (Global Small Electric Vehicle) architecture in China, including the Air EV, KiWi EV, Mini EV, and Nano EV.

SGMW is one of China’s best-selling EV manufacturers and offers a diverse range of electric cars, with the most recent Wuling Bingo—a fully electric hatchback that is available in two powertrain versions and offers up to 333 km (CLTC (China Light-Duty Vehicle Test Cycle) range).

Stellantis N.V.

Founded: 2021

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Stellantis N.V. (Stellantis) is a leading global automaker formed as a result of a 50/50 merger between the French Groupe PSA (Peugeot Société Anonyme) and the Italian-American conglomerate Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA).

The company’s iconic brands include Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Citroën, Fiat and Maserati. According to a press release, Stellantis plans to meet customer demands by investing more than €30 billion through 2025 for delivering battery electric vehicles (BEVs).

The BEV combination includes four state-of-the-art BEV-centric vehicle platforms—STLA Small, Medium, Large, and Frame—built utilizing three Electric Drive Modules (EDMs).

Furthermore, Stellantis is working toward offering 75+ BEV models and reaching global annual BEV sales (five million units) by 2030 as part of the electrification strategy outlined in its long-term plan “Dare Forward 2030.”

In April 2023, Stellantis launched the all-electric 2025 Ram 1500 REV at the New York International Auto Show to provide customers with “the industry’s best combination of range, towing, payload, and charge time.”

Hyundai Motor Company

Founded: 1967

Location: Seoul, South Korea

Also known as “Hyundai Motors” and “Hyundai,” Hyundai Motor Company is a South Korean automotive manufacturer with a comprehensive vehicle range, including cars, MPVs, SUVs, trucks and buses, and hydrogen-powered vehicles.

HHhHyundai Hydrogen Mobility AG is a partnership between “Hyundai Motor Company” and Swiss company “H2 Energy,” which contributes towards environmental friendliness by offering emission-free commercial fuel cell vehicles.

Hyundai Motor’s hydrogen leadership is evident in XCIENT Fuel Cell, which is reported to be “the world’s first mass-produced hydrogen electric heavy-duty truck.” XCIENT Fuel Cell contains a twin array of 90 kW stacks—delivering 180 kW of pure power and over 400 km of field-proven driving range on a single charge.

Hyundai Motor’s other hydrogen vehicles include:

  • NEPTUNE (a hydrogen-powered Class 8 heavy-duty truck)
  • ELEC CITY Fuel Cell (a fuel cell electric bus based on the ELEC CITY hydrogen fuel cell system)

Moreover, XCIENT Fuel Cell is equipped with gas leak detection systems for safe driving and makes daily operations easier with high charging efficiency.


Founded: 1916

Location: Munich, Germany

Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW AG or BMW) is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of luxury automobiles and motorcycles. The BMG Group has 31 production locations in 15 countries (as of 2022), a global sales network, and notable subsidiaries, such as Rolls-Royce Motor Cars and MINI.

The BMW electric vehicle portfolio includes:

BMW Electric Cars

BMW electric cars (including small, mid-size, and large SUVs) provide smooth acceleration from a standing start and redefine the joy of electric driving with dynamic performance and the latest tech features.

  • BMW iX1 xDrive30 (WLTP range of up to 439 km)
  • BMW i7 xDrive60 (WLTP range of up to 625 km)
  • BMW iX M60 (up to 564 km range)
  • BMW i4 (up to 520 km range)
  • BMW i4 M50 (up to 465 km range)
  • BMW iX3 (up to 460 km range)

BMW Plug-in Hybrids

BMW plug-in hybrids provide maximum flexibility and efficiency with the combination of an electric motor and a petrol engine and intelligent energy distribution.

  • BMW 3 Series Sedan plug-in hybrids (including BMW 320e, BMW 330e, and BMW 330e xDrive)
  • BMW 5 Series Sedan plug-in hybrid (BMW 530e)
  • BMW X3 xDrive30e plug-in hybrid
  • BMW X5 xDrive50e plug-in hybrid
  • BMW XM plug-in hybrid

In addition, BMW’s next-generation EVs called “Neue Klasse” will feature new HUDs (Head-up Displays) as early as 2025.

Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co., Ltd.

Founded: 1986

Location: Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China

Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co., Ltd. (ZGH is commonly known as “Geely Holding” and “Geely”) is a globally competitive electric mobility technology enterprise and energy service provider with R&D and design centers worldwide.

Geely—one of China’s largest private automakers—was founded by the Chinese billionaire entrepreneur Li Shufu. Apart from a sales and service network across the world, Geely Holding has world-class vehicle and powertrain manufacturing plants in Belgium, China, Malaysia, Sweden, the U.S., and the UK.

While the Chinese carmaker launched the pure battery premium line “Zeekr” in 2021, it unveiled the “Galaxy” electric car brand as part of a push to produce premium EVs. The new line-up of Galaxy’s offerings will include four long-range hybrid EVs (including the L7 SUV and L6 sedan) and three battery EVs.

Geely’s subsidiary—Geely Auto—offers an EV model called “GEOMETRY C” that provides a WLTP (Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Test Procedure) range of 460 km and comes with a high-density and large-capacity battery pack, as well as a high-efficiency three-in-one electric drive system.

GEOMETRY C’s brilliant design and multiple intelligent driving assistance systems enable users to enjoy a pleasant driving experience.


Founded: 1926

Location: Stuttgart, Germany

Founded as Daimler-Benz AG (a fusion of two of the world’s most respected automobile companies “Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft” and “Benz & Cie.”), Mercedes-Benz has evolved as a luxury and commercial vehicle automotive brand with a rich legacy of automotive innovation.

The Mercedes-Benz EQ electric vehicle range includes:

  • EQA
  • EQE Sedan
  • EQS Sedan

Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance

Founded: 1999

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

The Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance (the Renault Group, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation) is the globally leading automotive partnership that supports member-company competitiveness and profitability. The Alliance is now one of the Top 3 OEMs and a well-known EV manufacturer covering customer needs across major automotive markets and geographic regions.

With the focus on pure EVs and intelligent & connected mobility, the Alliance aims to have 35 EVs by 2030 based on five common EV platforms, including:

  • CMF-AEV (the base for Dacia Spring)
  • KEI-EV (a mini vehicle platform for ultra-compact EVs)
  • LCV-EV (a platform for professional customers)
  • CMF-EV (The Common Module Family-based global EV platform is a benchmark platform for a new generation of the Alliance partners’ EVs, such as the Renault Kangoo and Nissan Townstar)
  • CMF-BEV (the most competitive compact electric platform to be launched in 2024—providing a range of up to 400 km, helping reduce costs by 33% and power consumption by more than 10%)

Additionally, the Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance plans to increase commonality between vehicles with a “smart differentiation” system that allows pooling for platforms, powertrains, production plants, and vehicle segments. For instance, a press release stated that “the common platform for the C and D segments will carry five models from three brands of the Alliance.”

GAC Motor

Founded: 2008

Location: Guangzhou, China

GAC Motor Co., Ltd. (GAC Motor) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Guangzhou Automobile Group Co., Ltd. (GAC), which is one of the largest automobile manufacturers in China. GAC’s strategic collaborations with the world’s leading automobile brands have played a key role in the rapid development of the Chinese automobile industry.

In 2022, GAC Mitsubishi officially launched the pure electric SUV, AIRTREK, in two versions (Hardcore and Pioneer).

GAC Motor is planning to produce EV batteries to ensure supplies for its rapidly expanding EV range. According to an industry news source, a battery plant in the south China city of Guangzhou will initially produce lithium iron phosphate batteries to be supplied first to GAC’s EV subsidiary (Aion New Energy Vehicle Co.) and other affiliates and later to outside customers.

SAIC Motor Corp., Ltd.

Founded: 1997

Location: Shanghai, China

Formerly known as Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation, SAIC Motor Corp., Ltd. (SAIC Motor) is described as “the largest carmaker in China.” According to the company, SAIC Motor is “China’s first automobile enterprise to sell one million New Energy Vehicles (NEVs) and the first Chinese carmaker with more than one million overseas volume.”

SAIC Motor’s main businesses include the R&D, production, and sales of commercial and passenger vehicles, with the company now actively engaged in the commercialization of NEVs (such as IM LS7 and Rising F7) and internet connected vehicles (ICVs).

In 2022, SAIC Motor unveiled MG4 Electric—the company’s new EV model based on the intelligent MSP (Modular Scalable Platform) designed solely for all-electric cars.

In 2023, SAIC Motor plans to sell six million vehicles across the world, including 1.5 million NEVs.

Chery Automobile Co., Ltd.

Founded: 1997

Location: Wuhu, China

Chery Automobile Co., Ltd. (also known as “Chery” and “Qirui” (a transcription of the company’s Chinese name) is a state-owned automobile manufacturer with 20+ years of independent innovation and established R&D centers in Brazil, China, Germany, and the U.S.

Over the years, Chery has successfully created brands like ARRIZO and TIGGO with cumulative global sales of more than 10 million units.

Chery’s new energy technology embodies:

  • An eco-friendly smart modular platform
  • Shortened manufacturing process (reduces energy consumption by 80%)
  • Smart platform-based and integrated pure electric drive (multi-power drive system and multi-drive combination mode)
  • Smart battery (includes intelligent heat management and thermal runaway suppression technology)
  • Stronger computing power

In 2022, Chery launched a new NEV model, Chery 2022 EQ5, with nearly 100 upgrades in appearance, drive, experience, and intelligence. The 2022 EQ5 is equipped with Chery’s new energy technologies, including three-in-one electric drive system, @ Life technology platform, and @ Pilot L2+automatic assist driving system.

Furthermore, NEVs (including all-electrics and plug-in hybrids) accounted for around 20% of Chery’s total sales in 2022.


Founded: 2017

Location: Gothenburg, Sweden

Polestar was founded by Volvo Cars and Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co., Ltd. Established as a standalone Swedish premium EV manufacturer, Polestar currently manufactures cars in two facilities in China, with future manufacturing planned in the U.S.

Polestar’s electric vehicle portfolio includes:

Polestar 1

Polestar 1 includes a high-performance petrol engine and three lithium-ion batteries that provide an approximate range of 77 miles on a single charge. In addition, the assembly, installation, finishing, and inspection processes of the Polestar 1 are extremely exacting so much so that only 1,500 of these precision-engineered vehicles have been exclusively produced worldwide.

Polestar 2

Polestar 2 provides a range of up to 654 km and four powertrain options to get more miles out of a charge. The EV works with AC (up to 11 kW) and DC charging points (up to 205 kW). With Google built-in, it is easy to check the battery status and choose a convenient EV charging station along the way.

Polestar 2 is engineered for optimal energy efficiency and equipped with key features like in-car range assistant, Active Safety Domain Master computer, Blind Spot Information System, Driver Alert Control, and more.

Polestar 3

Polestar 3 is built with carefully curated materials and fully integrated technology and exactingly engineered to reduce body roll and ensure a balanced drive. The SUV is equipped with a long-range dual motor powertrain (achieves a range of 610 km) and advanced prevention and protection systems.

In addition, Polestar 3 works with a variety of chargers and comes with Google Maps built-in for intelligent route planning.

Polestar 4

According to a press release, Polestar 4 will be unveiled at the Shanghai Auto Show in 2023. The electric SUV coupé is reported to be the “fastest Polestar production car to date.” Compared to Polestar’s existing cars, Polestar 4 will feature a more aggressive styling, while retaining the brand’s trademark full-width rear LED light bar.

Furthermore, Polestar 4 is based on the Sustainable Experience Architecture (SEA)—claimed by Polestar’s parent company Geely—as the “world’s first open-source electric vehicle platform.”

It is expected that Polestar will continue to launch new models over the coming years.

Changan Automobile Co., Ltd.

Founded: 1862

Location: Chongqing, China

Changan Automobile Co., Ltd. is China’s oldest automobile maker. Changan’s electric vehicle range includes:

CS15EV400: A pure electric SUV with 55 kW maximum output and 351 km (NEDC (New European Driving Cycle) mileage). While the eye-catching double-color vehicle body gives the vehicle a stylish appearance, the outstanding powertrain system ensures high energy efficiency.

EADO PHEV: A plug-in hybrid electric sedan with 80 kW maximum output and 60 km (NEDC mileage). Apart from the textured interior design, the sedan features several drive modes to meet various driving needs and an energy-recovery braking system for superior energy-saving experience.

EADO EV 460: The energy-saving EV with 100 kW maximum output and 460 km (NEDC mileage). In addition to the butterfly-wing front face that exudes pioneering charm, the EV comes with key features, such as Hill Hold Control (HHC), Electronic Stability Program (ESP), and intelligent tire pressure monitoring for a relaxing and safe driving experience.

Dongfeng Motor Corporation

Founded: 1969

Location: Wuhan, Hubei, China

Dongfeng Motor Corporation Ltd. (also known as “DFM” and “Dongfeng”) is a prominent automobile manufacturer. As one of China’s largest automobile groups, DFM is an industry leader in manufacturing, marketing, and R&D, with main business areas covering a comprehensive range of auto assemblies, parts, and components, commercial and passenger vehicles, and other automobile-related products and services.

DFM’s commercial vehicles include a full range of the following:

  • Medium-duty trucks
  • Heavy-duty trucks
  • Light-duty trucks
  • Mini trucks
  • Special-purposed versions

The company’s passenger and high-mobility special off-road vehicles comprise the following:

  • MPVs
  • SUVs
  • Mini CVs
  • DFM Warrior
  • Desert off-road vehicles
  • AWD off-road vehicles

In addition, DFM produces new energy vehicles, including HEVs, pure electric, and natural gas vehicles. As part of the Shanghai Fuel Cell Vehicle Development Plan, Dongfeng built a fleet of 500 hydrogen fuel cell electric commercial trucks using Ballard fuel cell stack technology.

Furthermore, an industry news source mentions that Honda China and Dongfeng Motor Group will jointly develop hydrogen fuel cells for use in commercial vehicles based on metrics, such as adaptability to the environment, durability under various driving conditions, and fuel economy.

Ford Motor Company

Founded: 1903

Location: Dearborn, Michigan, United States

Founded by Henry Ford, Ford Motor Company (Ford) sells automobiles and commercial vehicles under the Ford brand and luxury cars under the Lincoln luxury brand. Ford is investing USD 22 billion in electrification through 2025 and electrifying its most iconic products as part of the EV strategy.

Ford’s EV line-up includes:

  • Maverick® (Hybrid Standard – including XL, XLT, and LARIAT models)

  • F-150® (Hybrid Available – including 2023 F-150® XL, F-150® XLT, F-150® LARIAT, F-150® KING RANCH®, F-150® PLATINUM, F-150® LIMITED, F-150® TREMOR™, and F-150® RAPTOR® models)

  • Escape® ST-Line Elite Hybrid (Hybrid – comes with a 2.0 L EcoBoost® engine with auto start-stop technology)

  • Escape® Plug-in Hybrid (Plug-in Hybrid – comes with connected built-in navigation and power liftgate)

  • Mustang Mach-E® (All Electric – including 2023 Mustang Mach-E Select, Mustang Mach-E Premium, Mustang Mach-E California Route 1, and Mustang Mach-E GT models)

  • Explorer Limited (Hybrid – comes with a 3.3 L hybrid engine and front heated and ventilated leather-trimmed seats)

  • E-Transit™ (All Electric – available in three Cargo Van models (Low Roof, Medium Roof, and High Roof))

  • F-150 Lightning® (All Electric – including Pro, XLT, LARIAT, and Platinum models)

Furthermore, the 2023 F-150 Lightning® electric pickup truck won the prestigious “2023 MotorTrend Truck of the Year” award.

Great Wall Motor

Founded: 1984

Location: Baoding, Hebei, China

Great Wall Motor Co., Ltd. (Great Wall Motor or GWM) is named after the glorious Great Wall of China. The company is one of China’s largest automobile manufacturers and one of the first Chinese car manufacturers to enter overseas markets.

In addition to manufacturing bases in Baoding, Xushui, Tianjin, and Yongchuan in Chongqing, GWM’s global R&D layout covers Asia, Europe, and North America.

Apart from accelerating the industrialization of generic technology in the Intelligent Connected Vehicle (ICV) industry, GWM has strengthened R&D in the development of New Energy Vehicles (NEVs), including:

  • BEVs, such as the exclusive brand “ORA” as well as ORA iQ and R1.
  • The company plans to officially launch the hydrogen fuel cell models in 2025.
  • Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs, such as WEY VV7 PHEV and VV7 GT PHEV).

Other major electric car companies are Hozon Auto and CHJ Automotive.

In addition to the top EV companies listed above, the auto industry is seeing the rise of new players in electric vehicle manufacturing. Globally, innovative electric vehicle technology is enabling the development of electric vehicles with powerful features and completely connected vehicles.

An example is Rivian Automotive that offers a premium EV range designed for everyday driving and adventures and built for maximum on-road and off-road performance.

Taking sustainable mobility further is an American EV manufacturer Lucid Motors whose Lucid Air won the coveted “2022 MotorTrend Car of the Year” award—recognizing the EV’s impressive combination of efficiency, performance, and luxury with EV powertrain technology.

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Wrapping Up

The growing electric vehicle adoption is a key driver of the increase in EV sales, including electric car sales.

Keeping customer demand and brand value in mind, electric vehicle companies have launched a wide range of new EV models with a fine blend of aesthetics, cutting-edge features, energy-efficient performance, and the convenience of at-home charging and DC fast charging (at EV charging stations).

Driving electric has various benefits, such as more multitasking (doing more while charging an EV), zero tailpipe emissions, state tax incentives (on buying an EV), and utility incentives (on installing a home charger).

For example, the Consumer Reports-ranked reliable brand Chevrolet (an automobile division of the American manufacturer “General Motors”) represents “living electric” beautifully with its ever-expanding line-up of all-electric vehicles, including the Chevrolet Bolt EV and Bolt EUV.

Additionally, electric vehicle manufacturers are making it easier to own an EV and qualify for tax credits. For instance, purchasing a Ford EV or PHEV may qualify a buyer for USD 7,500 in potential federal tax credits.

In addition to passenger cars, EV makers are also focusing on electric versions of traditional commercial vehicles. An example is the electric vehicle company Lordstown Motors—an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of electric light duty vehicles specializing in the commercial fleet market.

Electric vehicles are indispensable for achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions and transitioning to a fully electric future.

Worldwide, electric car companies are accelerating the transition to sustainable mobility driven by electric power and creating a clean future for all.