Rising Focus on Offering Easy Mobility to Handicapped Boosts Demand for Electric Vehicles for Disabled

Published On : 12 Sep 2016

QYResearchReports.com has added a new report on global electrical vehicles for the disabled market to its exhaustive database. The report is titled “Global Electric Vehicles for Disabled Market Research Report 2021.” It defines electric vehicles and briefs readers about changing trends in the electric vehicles market.

As per the report, the demand for electric vehicles is expected to be higher than hybrid power vehicles. Many nations seek to fulfill future energy requirements and minimize emission of pollutants. Thus, electric vehicles are gaining popularity across the globe. Electric vehicles find application in military, civil, and commercial areas. However, the rising number of working people with physical disabilities has propelled the market players to develop electric vehicles for the disabled, thus driving the market.  

Recently, Honda Motors, in a press conference announced that the company will be focusing more on introducing electric vehicles for the disabled. Honda has already got recognition for its wheelchair van conversion, Honda Odyssey. To add to the product line, Honda has planned to manufacture more automatic electric vehicles to offer easy mobility to the disabled. This has motivated other key players operating in the global electric vehicles for disabled market to introduce their innovative products. The auto industry has entered a transitional phase where key players are focusing on manufacturing electric vehicles for the disabled. These are some of the findings of a new report added to the database of QYResearchReports.com.  

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At present, the market for electric vehicles for disabled is one of the emerging markets in the global automotive industry. The global automotive industry is shifting its focus towards eco-friendly vehicles owing to the rising environmental concerns. Thus, a rising number of auto manufacturers are manufacturing electric vehicles in different regions across the globe, including electric vehicles for the disabled. 

The global electric vehicles for disabled market is segmented on the basis of geography, type, and application. Regionally, the global electric vehicles for disabled market is divided into North America, Europe, and Southeast Asia. Technological advancements and the availability of automobile infrastructure have encouraged manufacturers to introduce new electric vehicles for the disabled. Companies are investing extensively on research and development activities to develop technologically advanced electric vehicles for the disabled.

The report profiles key companies operating in the global electric vehicles for disabled market. They are: Toyota, BMW, Audi, Ford, Honda, Elio, Alta, Twikke, E-Rex, Jinhua, Sanyo system, CM Partner, Pedego, Liberty, IBD, Yuneec, DK, Optibike, and Tonaro. Information regarding the challenges faced by companies and the strategies adopted by them to overcome these challenges has been included. The report also gives information regarding the recent developments of key players and their product price and picture. The business and financial overview of companies are also given in the report. As such, this information is helpful for both established and new entrants in the market. 
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