Continental Mobility Study 2011 Results of the international Continental Mobility Study 2011 with a focus on electromobility

Continental Mobility Study 2011

Continental Mobility Study 2011

From June 30, 2011, to July 18, 2011, infas surveyed around 1,000 people aged 18 or over in Germany, France, the US and China as well as young adults up to 35 years of age in Bangkok, Beijing, Berlin, Delhi, Hamburg, Los Angeles, Moscow, Paris, Sao Paulo and Singapore on behalf of Continental, the international automotive supplier.

Motorists Worldwide Want Electromobility – But Only If the Price and Comfort Is Right

Motorists Worldwide Want Electromobility – But Only If the Price and Comfort Is Right

Number of potential buyers still low – with the exception of China.

Green Image: Electric Cars Take the Lead in Global Awareness

Green Image: Electric Cars Take the Lead in Global Awareness

Electric cars enjoy a very high level of awareness overall.

Electric Vehicles: High Prices Continue to Significantly Restrict Sales Potential

Electric Vehicles: High Prices Continue to Significantly Restrict Sales Potential

Increasing range allows electric cars to cover most mobility requirements.

Convenient, Safe, Clean: Young City-Dwellers Want Flexible Mobility

Convenient, Safe, Clean: Young City-Dwellers Want Flexible Mobility

Almost all young people use a car either on a regular basis or occasionally.

Continental Mobility Study 2011

Remarks of Klaus Sommer

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