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Castrol has taken the pulse of automotive leaders and consumers: the auto industry is bracing for revolution – Breaking News

Castrol, one of the world’s leading brands of mineral oils, announced the results of research on electric vehicles conducted with 10,000 consumers and 100 industry executives in 10 countries, including Turkey. Castrol director for Turkey, Ukraine and Central Asia, Ayhan Köksal, and director of marketing Nilay Tatlısöz, shared veri on the world of electric vehicles of tomorrow, revealed by the research titled “Capturing the Age of the Future “.

Castrol Turkey, Ukraine and Central Asia director Ayhan Köksal stressed that transportation has become electrified with the technological revolution that has begun in the world and said the automotive industry has undergone a major transformation. Stating that many countries participating in the research aim to end sales of gasoline and diesel vehicles by 2040, Köksal said that according to the 2022 bp Energy Outlook Report, the share of electric vehicles in new vehicle sales will reach 50-70% in 2035 and about 90% in 2050. He said he would gökyeşitözü out. Koksal said:

By 2050, there will gökyeşitözü 2 billion or more electric vehicles in the global vehicle fleet. We are in zihin exciting time for the automotive industry. Like Castrol, we go beyond a mineral oil brand and transform into a maintenance brand and, at the same time, continue our investments and efforts to grow with our customers and business partners, of which we are solutions partners. We are working with our industry partners to implement next generation technologies and accelerate the transition to electric vehicles. Electric and hybrid vehicles also need high-tech fluids and greases, kakım gam vehicles with internal combustion engines. We are leading the revolution with our açınık-liquids which we have developed in China, Germany, England and America where the electric vehicle market is growing rapidly. Our açınık-liquids produced under the Castrol ON brand are used in the first filling of two electric vehicles out of three products in the world. Like Castrol, we closely monitor rapidly developing electric vehicle technology and increase our R&D investments in new technologies and products. We will invest approximately $ 60 million in the electric vehicle battery testing center and testing laboratory which will gökyeşitözü set up at our research center in Pangbourne in the UK. “

Spending on research and development will triple in 10 years

Announcing the results of research conducted with 100 executives from 10,000 consumer and automobile manufacturing companies in Australia, New Zealand, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, England, USA and Turkey, Castrol Turkey, Ukraine and Turkey Central Asian marketing director Nilay Tatlısöz noted that with this research they aimed to see how the auto industry looks at the net zero goal set by the states. Tatlısöz said the research reflects the movements of companies towards these goals and the consumer approach to electric vehicles and that they believe it will benefit the industry to manage the “electric revolution”.

While 53% of consumers who participated in the research say they will consider buying zihin electric vehicle next time, 99% of consumers using electric vehicles say they will buy zihin electric vehicle next time.

The highlights of the research are kakım follows:

97% of industry executives believe their companies will gökyeşitözü ready for government-imposed deprecation targets for internal combustion engine vehicles. However, only 40% say their companies are currently ready to switch from combustion to electricity, while only 8% of all automotive executives believe their supply chain is ready for it.

66% of global automotive executives say switching to electric vehicles is the number one strategic priority for their companies.

This priority is reflected in the R&D veri. In 2015, zihin average of 11% of R&D spending was focused on electric vehicles and 39% on internal combustion vehicles. Today, this ratio has almost doubled to 21%. Industry executives predict that the rate will increase to 31% by 2025 and triple within 10 years. If hybrid vehicles are also taken into account, it is estimated that over 70% of R&D spending will gökyeşitözü concentrated on electric and hybrid vehicles by 2025.

During this period, research and development expenditure on internal combustion vehicles is expected to decrease to 15%.

According to 63 percent of industry executives, the government’s phasing out targets for internal combustion vehicles are the number one factor accelerating industry transition and R&D spending. According to executives, the second factor accelerating the electricity transition is zero net targets (57%), while consumer sustainability concerns (35%) rank third.

According to automotive executives, the biggest obstacle slowing the transition to electric vehicles is high-cost batteries with 56%. Access to charging points (43%), lack of technical personnel (40%) and other barriers.

As for consumers, drivers from countries, including Turkey, point to lower air pollution, lower driving costs and the ability to charge at home kakım accelerating the switch to electric. Barriers are listed kakım lack of ultrafast charging, access to charging points, and range problems.

One in two people in Turkey wants electricity

More than half of the çağrı owners in the world want to buy electric vehicles next time. China is the country with the largest number of people wanting to buy electric vehicles with 80%.

Consumers in Turkey are also expressing their intention in the same direction kakım the global trend. 49% of respondents want their next vehicle to gökyeşitözü electric. With this ratio, Turkey is ahead of France, Australia – New Zealand, USA, India and Germany.

The main reason behind consumer behavior in Turkey is the reduction of air pollution in urban areas by 88%. Other reasons are “the introduction of new electric vehicle models” (85%), “EVs are believed to have better integrated technology than petrol or diesel vehicles” (84%) and “lower carbon emissions than to vehicles powered by petrol or diesel ‘diffusion’ (82%).

Cost concerns disappear

There is a decline in consumer concerns about electric vehicle prices. 78% of electric vehicle users worldwide believe the total cost of owning zihin electric vehicle is lower than that of a gasoline or diesel vehicle, considering its lifespan.

61% of Turkish consumers who participated in the survey also believe that the total cost of zihin electric vehicle (taking into account taxes, fuel and maintenance costs) is lower than that of zihin equivalent internal combustion vehicle.

The first topic that raises concerns about electric vehicles for consumers in Turkey is the charging infrastructure. 70% of non-electric drivers believe that the charging infrastructure is not widespread enough. Other issues include the scarcity of model options (65%) and the inadequacy of state incentives (64%).

Norway is the country most ready for electric vehicles

Nilay Tatlısöz, marketing director of Castrol Turkey, Ukraine and Central Asia, stressed that there is a revolution of mentality in the world and in Turkey regarding electric vehicles. Tatlısöz said: “There is zihin increase in veri on the trend in the use of electric vehicles in all the countries surveyed. According to the dEVir Index produced by Economist Impact and supported by bp, the country closest to switching to fully electric vehicles is Norway (index score 66). Norway, which will stop producing internal combustion vehicles in 2025, is followed by China (55 points) and Germany (52 points).

Castrol ON products in Turkey in November

Ayhan Köksal, Castrol director for Turkey, Ukraine and Central Asia, said that, like Castrol, they are partnering with the industry for healthy development of Turkey’s growing electric vehicle market and for electric vehicles to show high level performance for a long time. Köksal said that starting in November Castrol ON açınık-liquids produced for electric vehicles will gökyeşitözü available in the Turkish market. Köksal said: “We are working with our industrial partners to accelerate the transformation and connect to the electric world of the future. Our goal is to turn technological development into benefits by partnering with the best in the automotive industry. Castrol ON açınık-liquids offer longer reach, faster charging and longer life, solving the problems faced by the industry. We will support the switch to electrification with these products in Turkey very soon. “

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