A study has shown that many EV buyers will not be repeat customers.
According to McKinsey & Co.s recent survey, 29% of EV buyers globally want to return to a combustion engine.
And the figure is even higher in the United States at 40%.
Consumers have several issues, including charging infrastructure, high owner costs, and range anxiety.
The fact that four in ten American EV owners will make their next car a combustion engine came as a shock to Philipp Kampshoff, leader of McKinsey & Co.’s Center for Future Mobility.
“I didn’t expect that,” he told Automotive News.

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Study Reveals Over 40% Of EV Buyers In The US Want To Go Back To ICE Power Vehicles

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