EV Inflection Tracker 2016 Edition

Our EV Inflection Tracker analyzes how compelling automakers’ plug-in offerings are, as a leading indicator of when EVs will be positioned to take over the automotive market. In this 2016 edition, the automotive industry earns an overall failing grade of 27/100, with the only high-point coming from ...

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