acting critical factors to the spread of electric vehicles in Turkey were investigated. In the study, consumers from many countries, fleet managers and industry professionals were asked what factors are important in the proliferation of electric vehicles. According to the results he says consumers could pay an average gasoline-powered vehicle to an electric vehicle compared to an average 19 percent more in Turkey. They also state that their average charging time expectation is 28 minutes and their average range expectation is 406 kilometers. The other 8 countries participating in the study (USA, Norway, China, England, Japan, Norway, India, France) stated the charging time expectation for consumers as 31 minutes and 469 kilometers range on average.
Turks look at the price of the vehicle
According to Castrol’s research is looking positive consumers to buy electric vehicles in 2025, an average of 58 percent in Turkey. 68 percent of these consumers think that they will be able to buy electric vehicles in the next 5 years. The price of the vehicle is the first critical factor in consumers’ transition to electric vehicles. In consumers, the vehicle price is the critical factor ranking first with 31 percent, fleet managers with 48 percent, and automotive industry professionals with 27 percent. Vehicle price ranks first with 38 percent for consumers in the global research. The first critical factor for industry professionals is range at 31 percent. The average range expectation is expressed as 508 km, which is above the consumer expectation in the sector professionals.
Brand and model matter
Consumers in Turkey, the second most important factor in the electric vehicle ownership with 21 percent of the vehicle brand and model thinks that. this rate however, global consumer only consumers in 4.Türkiye percent and 68 percent, shopping malls, petrol stations, in areas such as maintenance and repair service in the event to make sure the appropriate charging infrastructure that supports their driving habits states could also consider buying electric vehicles. industry professionals and fleet managers in Turkey of the charging infrastructure mean that the top three factors that affect the spread of electric vehicles. Industry professionals also, together with grants and incentives for the widespread use of electric vehicles; It puts the vehicle manufacturers’ allocation of sufficient budgets to the forefront as one of the important factors. Half of fleet managers say they can add electric vehicles to their fleet if they have around 30 percent incentives or tax exemptions.