According to the general manager of Stellantis, in 2026, electric vehicles will be offered at around 20,000 euros, a cost equivalent to that of thermal cars.
The price of electric cars is expected to fall sharply in the coming years. “As volumes rise, prices will drop sharply“, provides Carlos Tavares, the general manager of Stellantis, the group resulting from the merger of Peugeot-Citroën and Fiat-Chrysler. This is also due to “equal cost structurebetween electric and thermal vehicles, scheduled for 2026.
Questioned this Tuesday morning on France Info, Carlos Tavares indicates that on this date, a thermal car “will be a little above 20,000 eurosand that electric vehicles will match this rate. However, he recalls that the price of electricity “is heavily exposed to commodity prices» and that he «will be much more volatile“.
Carlos Tavares, however, regrets the lack of “strategyof France and the European Union with a lack of suitable infrastructure. If 72,000 terminals are present in France, this is not equivalent to the objective of 100,000 set by the government last year.
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