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Non-Engineer's Guide to Electric Vehicles
- Market Research Report
Published August 11, 2010 by SupplierBusiness in United Kingdom
Although many of the terms dealing with EVs are already used by the auto industry for systems present in ICEs, they are typically only used by engineers and designers who create the vehicles and rarely by the end-users who buy and operate them. As a result, there is a whole new set of terms that will need to become familiar to the average buyer and even more so to the average enthusiast, who will need to have a more intimate understanding of these terms as vehicle electrification gains speed. The Non-Engineer s Guide to Electric Vehicles provides a layman’s guide to the most opaque terms and concepts when looking at the development of Electric Vehicles. This knowledge will provide a base for non-technical people looking at the business, as well as looking at why the term Electric Vehicle is so maligned and ways of combating this skepticism amongst the general public. SupplierBusiness BRIEFINGS provide focused information on industry hot topics. Shorter than the traditional SupplierBusiness reports, they are focused, clear and concise. Based on interviews, meetings and information obtained directly by our analysts from players active in the areas under consideration, they contain the genuine voice of the industry. Multi-user packages and subscription bundles are available. To learn more about subscriptions and for pricing, please email CustomerSales@sae.org or call 1-724-772-7144.