The automotive industry, is one that is undoubtedly making great turns and investments in both R&D and alternative advertising. Tesla has become one of the most valuable companies in the world.
The commodities crisis has been caused, among other factors, by the centralization of supplies by some world powers, added to the pandemic and the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
China, Europe and the United States account for around 90% of global electric car sales, which indicates that there are still great areas of opportunity in electric mobility.
In the aftermath of the pandemic, all technology-related industries have been heavily affected by the microchip crisis, which has caused considerable delays in production. An aspect that was already generating problems ended up highlighting the importance of avoiding monopolization and encouraging the creation of industries in other countries.
Megatrends are transformative forces whose impact is perceptible by an important segment of society for a prolonged period of time, mainly in the business and economic fields.
The production of chips is among the most complex processes in existence, taking several months and hundreds of stages in its manufacture, in addition, it requires precision equipment that operates subatomic particles.
The cars of the future are expected to be autonomous and electric, driven by growing technology. Undoubtedly, the mobility of the future also coexists with other technologies, such as artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things (IoT).
The main objective of the urban electric bicycle is not physical exercise per se, but to provide a sustainable mobility solution, as well as an easier and more economical way to get around.
The electric vehicle is undoubtedly an option that drives multiple sectors and implies the development of new value chains, which in turn create the opportunity to generate high-value jobs in the automotive industry.
The transportation sector expects a major technological transition with the arrival of electromobility. The decrease in prices and increase in autonomy predict that electric vehicles will soon become competitive.
Electric motors achieve 90% energy efficiency, compared to 25% for traditional motors. In addition, recharging an electric vehicle is much cheaper than doing it at a gas station.
In recent years, people and governments around the world have become aware of the environmental havoc that the excessive use of fossil fuels and petroleum derivatives has caused globally. As a result, we are beginning to move towards a profound energy change.
Summer is already here and the BBVA team in Switzerland is keen to promote sustainable mobility. Now that we are starting to get back to normal, the Bank has presented its fleet of corporate e-bikes for use by all employees of the BBVA office in Zurich.