Ev car news 2019: Global Personal Electric Vehicle Cars Market Report 2019: The 2018 $39.8 Billion Market is Projected to Reach $1.5 Trillion by 2025

1. Electric Cars Market Definition and Market Dynamics 1.1 Move to Electric Vehicles 1.1.1 Market Leaders General Motors And Toyota Stumbling In Electric Vehicle Market 1.2 Urban Shift to Upgraded Mega Cities 1.2.1 Electric Vehicle Regional Markets 1.3 Battery 1.3.1 Electric Vehicle Lithium-ion EV Battery Cathode Materials 1.3.2 Tesla Battery 1.3.3 Cobalt 1.4 EV Cost of Operation 1.4.1 EV Fuel Efficiency 1.4.2 Government Incentives for Electric Vehicles 1.4.3 Military Spending 0n Artificial Intelligence (AI) 2. Electric Cars Market Shares and Market Forecasts 2.1 Electric Cars Market Driving Forces 2.1.1 Electric Cars Market Driving Forces 2.1.2 Motor Controller 2.1.3 Electric Engine 2.1.4 Other Components of an Electric Engine 2.1.5 EV Economies of Scale 2.2 Electric Cars Market Shares 2.2.1 Electric Car Market Participants 2.2.2 Electric Car Batteries 2.3 Electric Car Market Forecasts 2.3.1 Electric Vehicle Car Segment Market Forecasts, Small, Mid-Size, Luxury. And TaaS, Shipments 2.3.2 Trucks and Busses Electric Vehicle Market Forecasts 2.4 Electric Cars Regional Market Analysis 2.4.2 Cars and Light Truck, Trucks and Busses Vehicle and Electric Vehicle Segment Market Forecasts 2.4.3 Cars and Light Truck Electric Vehicle Regional Segment Market Forecasts 3. Electric Cars: Product Description 3.1 Electric Vehicles 3.1.1 Nations and Cities Globally Moving to Electric Vehicles 3.1.2 California Seeks to Ban Gas Burning Vehicles 3.1.3 Activity worldwide for Full Phase-Out of Diesel And Gasoline Engines 3.2 EV Battery Manufacturing 3.3 Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Spending by Manufacturers 3.3.1 Transport as a Service (TaaS) 3.3.2 Charging Stations 4. Electric Cars, Vehicles, Research, and Technology 4.1 Chinese Electric Vehicles 4.2 Electric Car Features 4.3 Solid State Battery Technology 4.4 Battery Charging 4.4.1 Battery Technology Assisted by Heated Seats and Heated Steering Wheel 4.4.2 Battery Capacity of an EV 4.5 Power Supply Information Center 4.6 Lithium Ion Batteries 5. Electric Cars Trucks Company Profiles 5.1 Aston Martin 5.2 BAIC 5.2.1 BAIC Corporate Structure 5.3 BYD 5.3.1 BYD Co. Ltd. Rechargeable Batteries 5.4 BMW 5.5 Chrysler 5.6 Dongfeng 5.7 Daimler 5.8 Energica Motor Company S.P.A., 5.9 FAW Group 5.9.1 FAW-Volkswagen 5.10 Ford 5.11 JLR 5.12 Geely 5.13 GM 5.13.1 GM Bolt EV 5.13.2 GM Volt EV 5.13.3 Cadillac 5.13.4 GM Tax credit 5.13.5 SAIC General Motors Automotive/China Joint Ventures JVs 5.14 Honda 5.15 NIO 5.15.1 NIO in China 5.16 Nissan 5.16.1 Renault Nissan & Mitsubishi Alliance 5.17 Panasonic 5.18 Porsche 5.19 SAIC Motor 5.19.1 Joint Ventures SAIC-VW, SAIC-GM, and SAIC-GM-Wuling 5.19.2 SAIC Motor New Energy Vehicles (NEV) 5.19.3 GM Financial (GMF), a subsidiary of General Motors, and SAIC have established SAIC-GMF Leasing Co 5.20 Tesla 5.20.1 Tesla Revenue 5.20.2 Tesla Gigafactory 1 5.20.3 Tesla Gigafactory 2 5.20.4 Gigafactory 2 Tesla Solar Energy Systems, Renewable Energy Storage, And Energy Storage Products 5.20.5 Tesla Gigafactory 3 5.21 Thunder Power 5.22 Toyota 5.22.1 Toyota Prius Prime 5.22.2 Toyota and Panasonic 5.23 Volkswagen 5.23.1 Volkswagen E-Golf 5.23.2 Volkswagen DC Fast Charge 5.24 Volvo 5.25 Other Electric Car and Light Truck Companies

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