Driving an Electric Future

The future is electric, and with every investment, new model, and innovation in technology, the automotive industry is driving the country into a new age of electrified personal mobility.

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Investing in a Cleaner, Smarter, Safer Future

The auto industry is investing $330 billion in electrification by 2025.

Auto Innovators Are Leading the Way

Today, automakers offer more than 50 zero-emission vehicles and an additional 30 hybrid-electric models to American consumers. In fact, 130 models are expected to be on the market by 2026.

There Are “To Dos” for Future Electric Vehicle Deployment

Despite there being more than 50 zero emission vehicle (ZEV) models currently on the market, and more to come, only two percent of current vehicles sales are ZEVs. This points to the need for increased and widely-available incentives, infrastructure investments, and strong supply chains to make ZEVs an appealing and practical automotive choice for consumers. It is also imperative to prepare the next generation of autoworkers so they can adapt and learn the skills they need to build the cars of the future.

The nations that lead the development and adoption of innovative technologies, such as electrification, will also shape supply chains, define global standards and, potentially, reshape the international marketplace. Now is the time for policymakers to address those needs and keep the United States a leader in automotive innovation.

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The Alliance for Automotive Innovation (Auto Innovators) is the unified voice of the automotive industry, representing the manufactures and value chain partners producing nearly 99 percent of cars and light trucks sold in the United States. We know the future is electric – and that’s why we’re leading the way through research, development, and deployment of EVs.

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