Howard Wilner of Sudbury, MA shares that customers are coming around to Electric Vehicles. In spring 2020, 34 percent of survey respondents would be willing to buy an electric vehicle. In March 2021, the number grew to 51 percent. Similar increases were seen internationally, with interest in EVs roughly doubling in China, France, Germany, and the U.K.

According to him, Battery performance is key to the electric vehicle experience, from driving range and charging time to the car's lifetime. The new SUVs and pickups feature a long battery range, high-towing capacity, and all the extras typical of mid-range luxury vehicles.

In addition, many people would switch to an electric vehicle to save money once the total cost of owning an electric vehicle is lower than a comparable gasoline-powered one. As electric vehicles (EV) become more affordable, some are predicting that they will constitute almost a third of new-car sales by the end of the next decade. Ride-sharing continues to surge, with estimates that, by 2030, it will account for more than 25% of all miles driven globally, up from 4% today.

According to Howard Wilner of Sudbury, MA, EVs can be used as a decentralized energy resource and provide new, controllable storage capacity and electricity supply that is useful for the stability of the energy system. He highlights that Industry leaders, policy makers, and market participants increased their investment in Electric Vehicles in 2020 & witnessed huge benefits with returns on pure-play Electric Vehicles ranging between 5 to 10 times.

About Howard Wilner

Howard Wilner is an experienced business development professional. Having received his education from the Massachusetts Bay Community College and the Boston College, Howard has been active in the automotive industry for a long time now. He has a strong command in automobile site acquisitions, automobile inventory management, negotiation, coaching, sales, and automotive repair.