TrendForce’s latest investigations reveal groundbreaking developments in the NEV sector for 3Q23. Total sales of NEVs, including BEVs, PHEVs, and FCEVs, soared to 3.455 million units and registered a substantial 28.1% YoY growth. While BEVs accounted for about 70% of these sales, the standout performers this quarter were PHEVs, which saw a staggering YoY growth of 47.8%—contributing significantly to the momentum of the NEV market.
In this press release, TrendForce details the major trends that are expected to take place across various segments in the tech industry in 2024, as follows:
According to the latest data from TrendForce, car sales across 37 regional markets (as indicated in the notes under the table below) in August totaled 5.55 million vehicles, representing an increase of nearly 1% compared with July.
TrendForce anticipates that by 2026, the global tally of public charging stations will soar to 16 million, marking an impressive threefold increase from 2023 figures. As this unfolds, the global ownership of NEVs—which includes both PHEVs and BEVs—will surge to 96 million.
In July 2023, global car sales faced a noticeable downturn, with 5.44 million vehicles rolling off the lot across 37 key markets—a 10% dip compared to June’s figures, according to TrendForce research.