Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares has expressed concerns surrounding major upcoming elections in the U.S. and the United Kingdom (UK) next year, warning that the political climates could play a role in the sale of electric vehicles (EVs).

Tavares noted the possibility for a slowed electrification ramp at a press conference outside of Stellantis’s Mirafiori plant in Italy in a statement to Automobilwoche (via Automotive News). He highlighted that a climate of public opinion shifting away from EVs could result in slowed sales, though he didn’t specify what he thought could happen if emissions regulations are reversed in the coming years.

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Stellantis CEO Worries That Progressive Election Losses Will Slow EV Sales

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