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About 42% of Buyers Eyeing Zero-Emission Vehicles For Their Next Purchase: Rajeev Singh, Deloitte

In this latest episode of Mobility Interviews, Rajeev Singh, Partner and Automotive Leader, Deloitte India said consumers are now more concerned about the environment.

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Deloitte’s Global Automotive Consumer Study 2022 demonstrates a shift in mobility trends. More than a third of Indian consumers have expressed interest in electric and hybrid vehicles, as the segment sets steam with India’s focus on environment-friendly, self-manufactured, and sustainable solutions post-pandemic.

In this latest episode of Mobility Interviews, Rajeev Singh, Partner and Automotive Leader, Deloitte India said consumers are now more concerned about the environment. About 42% of consumers want to purchase zero-emission vehicles as their next purchase. He also touched upon the various modes of charging and challenges in developing the infrastructure around that.

Sharing the trends in mobility as a service, Rajeev pointed out that people are now again preferring shared mobility over personal mobility. About 57% of people prefer shared mobility and the use of public transport and only 43% of people prefer personal mobility. However, the numbers are not equivalent to the pre-covid level.

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