Much has been written about electric vehicles (EV) in the past year or so

Not surprising given the government’s plan to phase out the sale of internal combustion engine by 2030 and even plug in hybrids by 2035. One thing we can take from all the commentary so far is that without doubt it is that there is a seismic shift in the entire UK car market.

Whilst we know the whole market is shifting at pace, other external factors such as the pandemic closing dealerships and the global supply chain shortage have seen new developments in terms of how we buy cars now and, in the future, and who will be buying them. All of which is once more threatened by a rapidly evolving cost of living crisis, impacting confidence levels amongst potential customers who must look to their own personal finances before making significant purchases…

If you missed our latest auto webinar in partnership with YouGov, you can watch it on-demand above. We explored the latest research data alongside car ownership and demographic data.

In the session we covered:

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The changing face of car buying

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Drivers to car purchase

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The E-volution – Focus on E-Luxury

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Who is buying which brand?

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Where are the likely hotspots and what infrastructure is needed to support EV rollout?

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Who is putting off buying due to economic pressures?

Meet the speakers:

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Clive Gosling

Head of Consulting, Experian

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Matthew James

Group Account Director, YouGov