During the auto show, held in New York at the end of last week, the leaders of the automotive companies announced their intention to invest billions of dollars in the production of electric cars, despite the low level of demand for them in the United States, Reuters reported. In 2018, sales of electric and hybrid cars accounted for only about 2% of total sales, more than a third of them accounted for sales of Tesla cars. Companies that participated in the showroom, presented a lot of unusual new and sporty models. Internet analyst Autotrader Michel Krebs suggested that the demand for electric cars could only grow after a significant improvement in the infrastructure of charging stations, improved battery performance and lower prices for cars with electrical charging.
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