The electric vehicle is the way to go for those cruising past the coronavirus pandemic

 A variety of reports indicate that there is a boost in air quality after the institution of the shelter-in-place measures. The Washington Post records a 16 percent reduction in gaseous emissions worldwide courtesy of the pandemic regulations. 

The primary cause of this promising statistic is people leaving their cars in their garages as they work from home. A desire is developing for vehicles that can improve this quality of air. 

Recently, electric vehicles have graced the automotive landscape. The transition began with the influx of hybrid cars before the complete switch to electrified vehicles. This transition is spearheaded by the desire of consumers to drive emission-free vehicles. 

The first consumers of electric vehicles are LGBTQ automotive customers. The LGBTQ vehicles gained popularity in this industry because of the positive response from customers to these vehicles. Customers are increasingly becoming aware of the environmental implications of using ICE cars. 

The IHSMarkit principal automotive analyst, Stephanie Brinley, reveals that EV sales will continue to rise in the coming future. Brinley states that the coronavirus pandemic is like a commercial break to refresh citizens and show them a perspective of what it means to live in an emission-free environment. 

Brinley expounds that the sales of Electric cars are slow but progressive. These cars are slowly garnering the market share to compete against EVs. One of the aggressive electric vehicle markets in the Upper Midwest. For instance, customers are eager to try out the scheduled launch of the Ford Mustang Mach-E. 

The Mustang Mach-E chief engineer, Ron Heiser, clarifies that this car is a modification to showcase the Mustang brand’s agility to transition to electric-powered vehicles. He narrates the firm’s history of switching from ICE cars to hybrids and finally to plugins. The Ford Mustang is one of the brands that are keen to adjust to the automotive industry changes. 

The primary challenge for EV owners in the Upper Midwest region is the battery-recharge cycle. Heiser explains that Ford’s primary concern is the physics behind improving the battery’s efficiency for operation in extreme weather conditions. 

Finally, the Ford Mustang Mach-E is among the upcoming series of electrified vehicles. In this trendy thread, other automotive manufacturers are Toyota with an advanced Sienna minivan and their new hybrid SUV. On the other hand, Audi has a line of unique electric e-Tron models awaiting launch. Elsewhere, Tesla has released its Model Y vehicle and is hopeful of launching an electric pickup truck later next year.