Innovations that Will Transform Electric Vehicle Efficiency in the Next Decade


EV efficiency innovations

Electric vehicles (EVs) have come a long way in the past 10 years. They've gone from niche to mainstream within the market and on the streets — and it doesn't look like EV sales are slowing down anytime soon. More and more consumers and companies have invested not only in the vehicles themselves, but also in the infrastructure it takes to run them. With advancements in technology, owning an EV is cheaper, easier and more accessible than ever before. 

Over the next 10 years, it's likely that innovations in charging, battery technology and ridesharing will increase and provide new advances for these eco-friendly vehicles. 

More Power Availability and Longer Ranges Make for Easier Driving

In most places in the U.S., it's now easy to access charging for longer-range EVs. In fact, it's possible to drive coast to coast on electric power alone, making "range anxiety" a thing of the past.

The Tesla charging network is a well-known piece of infrastructure in the EV world, but it isn't the only one. GM and Volkswagen are starting to invest in charging networks as well. Increased access to charging means that one of the biggest fears around EVs is one step closer to extinction. 

Advances in technology could also make it easier to charge. BMW announced this May that they would start adding a wireless charging option on their 530e iPerformance PHEV. With this wireless system, you could essentially drive onto a pad and let your car charge through induction. If this technology works as predicted, it could open up copious possibilities and locations for charging, from roads to parking garages.

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