🔮 EV industry 2024 predictions from our community

Hey, Jaan here.

In our last newsletter, I wrote I hope we can reach over 100 responses in our EV Industry 2024 predictions survey this year.

And you delivered! Thank you, everyone. This community effort, from our readers from across the globe, means a lot to me.

Below is my summary of all your responses. I enjoyed every minute of putting this together. Looks like I’ve done at least one thing right with the EV Universe here — I’ve surrounded myself with smart people like you.

There’s a lot to learn from these, definitely added some new perspective to me.

By the way, all I did here was organize the predictions, bundling or dividing them up to create a roughly readable story of 2024 for us. I did not leave any of my own judgement or opinion there — and nothing is censored. You’ll find my added voice in italics.

Let’s get started, shall we?

Sections you’ll find below include, in this order:

  1. Predictions on EV sales and EV adoption

  2. Predictions on specific countries and automakers

  3. Predictions on the charging industry

  4. Predictions on the battery industry

  5. Predictions on autonomous vehicles

  6. Predictions on Tesla specifically

Predictions for EV Sales and EV Adoption in 2024

Here I’ve mostly categorized the predictions into four sections:

  • Growth increasing in 2024,

  • Remaining Steady aka somewhere in the middle,

  • Growth slowing down”,

  • Additional comments

Note that some of the adoption predictions were specific to countries, so they are featured in the next big section instead. I love the added comments with all of these, plenty of good arguments y’all got!

EV growth and adoption increases in 2024

“This year will prove the upward trend on the S curve in a lot of markets”.

— Hadrian

“Adaption will accelerate as prices for EVs drop and options broaden!”

— Petr Palkovsky @ ELBplus.com

“Steady and significant growth of the EV industry, with increasing consumer choice and a gradual expansion of reliable charging infrastructure - along with continued propagation of fear, uncertainty, and disinformation by entrenched interests and knee-jerk media outlets.”


“EV adoption continues with exp. growth, German manufacturers get kicked in the balls by Korean/Chinese competitors.”

— Luke

“Continue uptrend, don’t know total percentage of the years sale will be EV, but it will go up. Traditional OEMs… I hope they figure out in 2024 how they can make a profitable EV, the ones that do will show us by scaling production like Tesla.”

— Micah (@Mjm012), drives a 2018 Tesla Model 3 and works at an energy company

“EV sales will pass the tipping point, and ICE vehicle sales will plummet automatically and irrevocably.”

— Olle

“Grabbing more sales from ICE than “experts” predicted.”

— Hobiemon

“Increasing EV adoption. More legacy auto makers increasing production. Increase in solar, wind, hydro, and possibly tidal power. Increased education about what EVs can and cannot do. Possibly alternate green power sources for industrial vehicles.”

— BadDriver, drives a Tesla Model 3 RWD, retired

“The EV industry will continue to grow unstoppably. What will come into focus: Where does the energy come from to charge the EV.“

— JohnnyBdSR

In other various forms, continued growth is expected also by: Bryan, Mats Soomre, and Captain Cuisine, latter adding that ‘economics will drive the wave.’

Here are some more specific numbers on the growth expected:

  • “18 million electric cars produced and sold globally, prices lower than ICE cars due to battery improvements.” David

  • Global EV sales to get close to 20 million. US carmakers to get further behind. BYD and Tesla to make the lion's share of product. Massive tech advances in all areas. — David Waterworth

  • “EVs will be over 15% of new vehicle sales worldwide.” JCarr. Drives a Chevy Volt since 2012, with over 90% of driven miles electric.

  • “Market share of EVs will be 20% in most of EU countries.” — Julien

  • …and a 20% EV market share globally was also predicted by Piyush from US, who drives a Tesla Model Y, and Freon.

“More and more EVs sold as the charging infrastructure improves and Tesla charges open up to the rest of the EV universe.”

Paul Morris, drives a Kia EV6, in Northern NJ

I approve the choice of words there, Paul!

Steady growth, or somewhere in the middle

Starting out with Michael who covers different bases here:

“Going to be a year of slower growth in the U.S.;
stronger growth in Europe and
relatively flat growth in China
as the administration weeds out non-competitive companies. What I will predict is, if the Democrats win reelection in the U.S. as I believe they will, the support for infrastructure will help underwrite the growth in EVs.”

Michael Coates (@cleanfleet), drives a 2018 Chevy Volt, currently averaging 250 mpg over its 4-year history. 

Michael is actually quite active in our EV industry, so it’s worth mentioning that he also test drives and reports on EVs (and other cars) for a local newspaper (Tri City Voice, runs the Clean Fleet Report and occasionally appears on autoweek.com and innotechtoday.com.

 Thank you for all you do for EV adoption, Michael!

“EV adoption will continue to grow at a steady pace and pricing will become more competitive.”

— GreenConsumer, drives a 2022 Mach-e

“Industry will continue to stumble, but cars will continue to get better. Right now there's all this fossil fuel sponsored, anti-EV propaganda going around, likely causing some people to hesitate.”

— Scott

“BYD overtakes Tesla, LFP increases market share. Steady 5 point bump of adoption in most geographies. Supply chain concentration concerns start to fade.”

— Nate, drives a Tesla

“EV sales will exceed 10% of the total market.”

— Chris Pierce, drives a Tesla Model Y, X, retired

“Less than 20% growth in the US market.”

— Dave W

“2024 solidifies a solid foundation for a major positive inflection point in EV adoption in ‘25.”

“EV cars will continue to dominate, but due to uncertainty in economics, gas/petrol cars are still in shopping list, since their price is cheaper.”

— T

“The American EV industry will sputter slightly in 2024 but a focus on infrastructure will make adoption skyrocket in the coming years.”

— Jake Bailey

“Steady growth on EV acceptance. Slow but steady improvement in charging stations. It’s going to happen!”

— Mark, drives a Tesla Model Y, retired

EV sales growth slowing in 2024

EV adoption rate will slow down in EU/US, hitting the bottom of the "Trough of disillusionment"

— Nikita

In case you’re not familar with what Nikita references to there, it’s called the Gartner Hype Cycle, used to represent the maturity, adoption, and social application of specific technologies:

“EVs' growth rate slowing, until charging network is more reliable.”


“Huge decrease in EV sales.”

Mark — drives a Hyundai Ioniq 5

Additional comments on adoption

“The fossil fuel industry will push for more tariffs and trade barriers to keep low priced EVs off the market.”


“No prediction just a hope that we continue to see a rise in EV production and sales and great sources of news like yours!”

— George Kapellos, drives a BMW iX3

Thank you, George.

“With it being an election year in the US expect even more misinformation being forced fed to the masses. Overall with the avalibity of more used EV's being avalable for purchase it should open up the market for more people to buy their first EV.”

— Mike B, drives a 2016 Nissan LEAF SL

“Prices will continue to shrink as adoption grows.”

Ken, drives a Tesla Model Y

“EV prices will go down as subsidies end and competition becomes more fierce. “

— Julius

“The EV Industry will really take off only if the interest rate drops down to 4% or less.”

knlillis; Tesla Model Y LR

Predictions for Specific Countries and Automakers

Specifically on countries and regions:

Let’s start with the UK:

🇬🇧 UK: I'm going to make a bold prediction of the UK: that the discourse around EVs is going to get more optimistic. We are now some years into the EV transition, and with our ZEV mandate kicking in, I reckon positive word-of-mouth will start to make a real impact. With an election this year too we may hear uplifting policy narratives about net zero from both parties - as fundamentally people want to feel good about the future, not stay in the past. I hope outside this we hear a little more about how the UK/Europe can continue to significantly boost its battery capacity.

🇬🇧 UK EV residual prices will continue to slide for the coming year after UK pushed back IC vehile purchases until 2035. Savvy consumers are now waiting for Chinese OEMs to push legacy Auto Makers on EV prices, while perhaps the most eagerly awaited Renault 5 EV to hit the UK market

Richard A

🇬🇧 In the UK, Chinese OEM competition with BYD already running TV Commercials over the Christmas and New Year holidays. Chery and their Omoda brand have been signing up their franchise network partnerships with their vehicles, ICE and EV coming to market in 2024.

— Richard A

🇪🇺 , 🇯🇵 “I think the European and Japanese manufacturers are facing huge sales reductions because they missed the boat. A race ensues to be the first manufacturer to market a car under 25,000 euros.”

— Aat de Kwaasteniet, creator of the EV Spreadsheet, drives a Tesla Model Y SR

🇳🇱 The Netherlands: I expect that in the Netherlands, the share of electric cars will decrease, and new lease contracts will revert to gasoline. This is due to poor government policy.

— Johansvisie, drives a Kia EV

🇧🇪 In Belgium, EV market will increase +70% in 2024 thanks to the new fiscal regulations. New hybrids are no longer deductible so almost all new corporate cars will be electric from this year. And corporate cars are 60% of new cars sales in Belgium...

🇮🇳 In India, we expect to see EV vehicles grow the most in 2W, 3W and buses. The rest shall follow. Oh, yes, our trains are almost totally electric now.

— malQ

I love the last sentence there, malQ.

On Europe and the Chinese EVs:

🇪🇺 EU and 🇺🇸 USA will erect tariffs or NTBs against €25k Chinese EVs.
The EU will try to develop domestic €25k EVs.
Used EV prices will continue to fall but may bottom.
Production slowdowns and mothballing will continue in German and US legacy manufacturers


🇨🇳 → 🇪🇺 Chinese EV growth continues in Europe but with some government push back. Decrease in interest rates supports increase in EV sales. New EV models will come to market, but no breakthrough products this year.

🇨🇳 Chinese invasion and lots of problems for European car manufacturers.

— Andro

🇨🇳 Chinese EVs have a huge market share in Asian markets (but not EU/US due to tariffs).

Harry (@realhga), a future Tesla Model 3 owner

🇺🇸 US: “Chinese cars will ‘invade’ the USA.”

— Yuckyhd

🇺🇸 US: “EV sales will remain below expectations until they come equipped with NACS connectors and Tesla superchargers are fully open to non Tesla vehicles. CCS is dead.”

— Pete, a musician, drives a 2019 Tesla Model 3 LRDM

🇺🇸 US: “Hopefully we can also expect some pricing relief as volumes increase and supply chains are sorted out. This will also be the year where dealers will likely get on board and maybe even train some sales staff.”


🇺🇸 US: “EV market will grow but the big car companies are going about all wrong. They have not figured out how to sell an EV to their customers yet. A fast charging network is one big obstacle. They are being pushed by Joe Biden/govt. $ to change their models to EV's & they are not ready. 100's of EV's sitting in dealer lots and laying off thousands of employees as a result of it.”

David Hudson, drives a 2023 Tesla Y

Specifically on automakers:

We’ve naturally got quite a lot of talk of the two giants, BYD and Tesla, but also some broader views.

“Stagnation for traditional OEMs, big growth for Chinese manufacturers, moderate growth for Tesla.”

— Robert

“Tesla will still dominate the EV car market. It will announce new factory locations, new vehicles including a basic mass production vehicle as well as a van possible.

Also 2024 will see some emerging EV companies fail, like Lucid most likely, while others will battle for second place such as Rivian, Xiaomi, Fisker, Polestar and Nio.”

Zpilot (@awd4runner); driving a Model 3 SR+

“I predict Tesla's brand and reputation will continue to regress and open the door for Rivian to become "the" desirable EV exclusive brand for Tesla's one-time customer base.”

Andy M

Anon says everyone will try to catch up with Tesla, while Frankie states that Tesla sales are flat.

“Tesla will continue to sell every vehicle & battery they can make.”

— Steve, drives a Tesla Model Y, retired busy grandfather

“Big name OEMs will rebadge Chinese cars and export them into major markets.”


BYD got quite a bit of mentions this year:

“BYD rules the EV world. And we say goodbye to some legacy brands.”

— Michael, a Twizy driver from UK

“BYD will continue to make as many models as it can afford to and Apple will never make an EV.”

Bigcfoote Tesla 3/Y

“Continued discounting and profit decline for Tesla countered by the inexorable rise globally of BYD.”

“EV adoption on the semi truck side picks up as more depots are developed. Need for nuclear energy to sustain the demand in CA. Acquisition of smaller companies to begin.”

Alexander Lansill, CBRE, drives a Tesla Model 3

“Apple Car Play will be a game changer for the car-industry and the consumer. EV-Trucks and Semi will be announced and bought. Solar and wind will grow further.”

@potato3097 - Tesla Model 3 2019 LRDM

“The idea of H2FC [hydrogen fuel cell] for consumer vehicles will finally die.”

Some specific models:

“Model Y and 3 will be best selling EV's worldwide. Honda Prologue will sell poorly, too expensive for what you get.“

— anon, drives a Tesla Model 3 RWD w FSD beta

“Tesla will bring Y new release.”


“Rivian will unveil a new model.
Canoo will begin production of it's lifestyle vehicle.
Hyundai will unveil an affordable EV.”

— WigglyEVs

On lower-cost EVs:

“Smaller, cheaper, short trip, town5 EVs will begin to proliferate. Example: Nimbus one. More solar units will be installed to power future EVs.”

Mark Alexander

“EV production will be dominated by lower-cost ($25k US) EVs.”

— John McKay, drives a Tesla Model Y RWD, Retired, from Adelaide South Australia

“Lower priced EVs with less features will appear.”

— Scrapula, drives a BMW i5 M60

And here’s one that's impossible in 2024, and even ballsy for after that (but I realize why you’d say that):

“Toyota announces bankruptcy.”

Mr Snobby Snob

Predictions for the EV Charging Industry 2024

“Charging stations will proliferate at an unprecedented rate, hopefully alleviating FUD about the grid’s ability to handle the ever-quickening pace of EV adoption.”

— Tom Summers, drives a Tesla Model Y and converted VW Bus. Electric Vehicle Learning Center.

Psst, Tom — we’re going to need to see that converted bus now, thank you.

Jānis says a ‘massive’ charger expansion is ahead, with Zpilot adding an adoption twist:

“Charging infrastructure will continue to expand along with increased adoption of residential solar and power wall integration.


Meanwhile Mark Alexander says, that the chargers will be built at moderate pace.

“More mergers in EV charging space as underfunded networks continue to struggle with utilization/reliability.”

— Nikita

And someone thinking very much alike here:

“Multiple US EV Charging Networks will fail or merge to start the consolidation in the marketplace.”

— a Tesla driver


“For US market: continuing slowing of non-tesla vehicle purchases.
Why? early adopters have gotten theirs, so now it's the mainstream buyer who's majority purchasing. They aren't in a rush.

If you know the car you're buying, if you wait until 2025, will be Tesla supercharge network compliant 'out of the box', you'd likely delay until then, not buying one with an adaptor in '24 (another point of contact/device that can fail to operate as intended).

Similar situation with iPhones: if buying soon, do you wait for common USB-C to be built in, or get current one with fire connection, knowing you'll need adaptors down the road for new chargers/plug in devices.”

— DontCallMeShirley

“In North America, CCS to NACS adapters from major OEMS switching standards, and by end of year, native NACS on ‘25 models. Other charge point operators start adding NACS.”

Dave, Fern1945 and Harry (@realhga) say NACS is becoming the standard in US.

“North American fast charging will be noticeably more accessible and more reliable.”

Clearphish, drives a 2019 Model 3 SR+

— same about US charging infra improving was written by Michael R from Iowa and DNP.TUCBILL says this will get more people to buy EVs:

“As the US charging infrastructure buildout takes shape, and later in the year, the NACS vehicles appear, the barriers to jumping in the pool for those on the fence will diminish and finally we will be off to the races. “


“Standardization will increase.”


On roaming and others:

“EV charging roaming will finally be figured out - probably by a well-funded (private equity) play.”

Michael “I have too many charging apps on two continents” Peters

“One app to use for all chargers. Sorta like indeed for the job industry.”

— Chittdude

“UK: Hopefully some serious commitment, by the government in the UK, to develop the charging network. “

— Simpo99

“Cities with higher EV penetration will finally get serious about roadside charging.”

— f205v

“More adoption of battery swapping.”

— Joost

“I expect to see more truck charging activities with models coming to the market and mega-watt charging to be standardized.”

— Julius

“Rapid simultaneous growth in EVSE and EVs.”

Installer and integrator

Predictions for Battery Industry 2024

“Batteries will continue to improve in energy density, cycle life, and charging time. Movement away from pouch cells will continue.

Most companies talking about solid state batteries, will start rising the term “ semi “ solid state, which some call lithium-metal, where only portions are free of liquids or gels.

However many battery improvements are coming, such as replacing graphite in battery anodes with increasing amounts of silicon, and increasing energy density or by replacing a polycrystalline structure, with a single crystal for extended life, adding magnesium to LFP chemistry, and perhaps even bipolar batteries.”

Thanks, kmartyn, for being very specific here.

Some predictions that talk about new battery tech:

“A breakthrough in battery technology is achieved. Electricity is getting cheaper and cheaper because of solar and wind power generation. The home battery is becoming commonplace.”

— Aat de Kwaasteniet, creator of the EV Spreadsheet, drives a Tesla Model Y SR

“New battery technology this year will drastically lower charge times.”

— Ed

“Battery research will find cheaper and more dense products and some will begin construction of new battery manufacturing facilities based on that tech. Some existing plants under construction will be completed and increase competition.”

Mark Alexander, retired

“More alternative battery chemistries coming to market.”

— Techteachok, drives a 2023 Bolt EUV, retired

“Natrium Batteries will tame the environment discussion.”

@potato3097 - Tesla Model 3 2019 LRDM

“Lithium batteries will be out of EVs.”

— Carl

Some good thoughts on EV replacement battery costs, and recycling:

“A greater amount of attention will be put on the disproportionately high cost of EV replacement batteries while lithium-on cells plunge per kWh overall.”

— Ash

“More innovations in various domains, hope batteries can evolve too and recycling becomes a thing.”

Miguel Lages - aka Bali

“Battery recycling will become a visible issue. Lithium prices will rise. LFP ED will accelerate, along with market share. Onboard battery SoH sensors will proliferate.”

— EddyStone

The one about the onboard battery State of Health sensors proliferating caught my eye. If anyone (or Eddy here) got more info to share, send it my way please.

Frankie also says major OEMs will go decisively to LFP.

“Tesla's next giga-factory will be announced: Thailand. Tesla megapack factory (China) will begin production. Tesla (Lathrop) will reach full production.”

— anon, drives a Tesla Model 3 RWD w FSD beta

And some predictions say that no major changes will happen in battery tech:

“Technologically, not much will change. commercial battery chemistries will remain the same. Solid state batteries will continue to be a dream.”

—Bigcfoote, drives a Tesla 3/Y

“No major changes in battery technology.”

— Scrapula, drives a BMW i5 M60

Predictions for Full Self-Driving (Beta), Autonomous Vehicles 2024

“Tesla FSD will reach conditional (limited to geography and weather conditions) full self-driving capability.”


“[Tesla] FSD will come out of Beta.”

— Chris Pierce, drives a Tesla Model Y, X, retired

“FSD starts working perfectly most of the time (by end of 2024)”

Harry (@realhga), a future Tesla Model 3 owner

“Tesla will complete a deal to provide its Full Self Driving solution to another car company.”

— RKB, drives a 2018 Tesla model S; retired

“Somebody will achieve full level 3 autonomous driving, but it's not going to be Tesla.”

@potato3097 - Tesla Model 3 2019 LRDM

Predictions for Tesla

Let’s start with the nicely specific prediction roundup from an Employee at Beast:

“Employee from Beast (The best service for awesome travel) here once again.

Last year I predicted: Cybertruck delivery delays (I guess lost on that one with Tesla squeezing in a couple handfuls of deliveries into -23), hope we get our hands on one here in Europe soon.

FSD still not out (Beta is trucking along, but I imagine it still has its serious legal hurdles to face), serious Tesla depreciation (Ask anyone underwater on their loan right now, this came true),

Musk no longer CEO and new cars fitted with Lidar (obviously neither came true).

So about a 50% accuracy if I get half a point for there being about a few dozen Cybertrucks on the roads at the end of 2023, not bad in my opinion (don't ask for my prediction about Tesla share price)

New (old) predictions: I will not move away from my prediction that Elon will not be CEO at the end of 2024, stock is still up which I think is partly the reason for the shareholders tolerating his countless media controversies. My prediction is this will change in -24

I will also not move away from my prediction of Tesla being wrong about the need for Lidar. FSD will run into severe regulatory hurdles even if it is safer than a human driver on average. Cruise and Waymo are in the sniper sight of the US regulators and have scaled down operations despite mostly operating in the most tolerant place in the world for innovation, San Francisco.

And as a cherry on top new prediction: Union fight in Scandinavia will make Tesla eat their word on union cooperation paving way for US unions to start establishing their foothold in the later hires of Tesla who didn't benefit as much from the massive stock gains.

As always still the best vehicles I have ever experienced but it will be a turbulent year for Tesla.”

Employee at Beast, don't own a car, don't need one, when I do there exists an amazing service for it.

“The Model Y will dominate all other vehicle sales worldwide. Cybertruck will become the best-selling EV truck, with 100,000-120,000 units produced and delivered. Stellantis will announce plans to join NACS. Tesla will roll out the first V4 supercharger cabinets, so cybertruck can charge at 350kw.”

— Austin (@AustyUSA) owns a ‘23 Tesla Model Y LR, in Virginia Beach, VA.

“Elon Musk will continue to damage the Tesla brand.”

Bigcfoote, drives a Tesla 3/Y

“BESS [Battery Energy Storage Systems] will be the biggest gain in growth and profit for Tesla.”

— Chris Pierce, drives a Tesla Model Y, X, retired

“Cybertruck its a big step in the auto industry - I believe it can be the way to go forward. V2G being more accessible is important to stabilize the grid.”

Miguel Lages - aka Bali

“Tesla 25k EV will be announced, probably to be made in China and orders will be phenomenal.”

— Chewie

“Tesla to officially announce a sub 30k model that goes HVM by 2025.”

— Zwuba

“Tesla introducing Model 2 with Sodium Ion Batteries.”

Marcel Bresk

And here’s an interesting read on a potential Cybertruck “Bed Pack”:

“Tesla Cybertruck’s Dual-Use Innovation: A Game Changer in 2024

Concept Overview: In 2024, Tesla introduces a transformative feature for its Cybertruck: a bed-mounted hoist system paired with a removable 47kWh range extender “Bed Pack,” that also serves as home battery storage.

Key Features:
• Heavy-Duty Hoist: Capable of lifting over 700 pounds, tailored for the range extender’s weight.
• Innovative Range Extender: Provides over 130 additional miles, total range exceeding 470 miles.
• Home Battery Storage: When not in use, it functions as a robust home energy system.
• Financial Incentive: This dual-use battery could qualify for a 30% US tax credit, meeting the Residential Clean Energy Tax Credit’s criteria.

Industry Impact: This concept blends utility and mobility, potentially revolutionizing the EV market. It offers a unique, cost-effective solution for energy management, both for vehicles and homes, setting a new standard for EV versatility in 2024.”

— Landon of the West @WestTeslarado

And last but not least, here’s a prediction by the guy who just can’t stop sending you tons of emails this year. That’d be me.

“The only true constant I can predict, is that the readers of the EV Universe are simply the best. That’s you. All the rest is covered above.
Keep rocking. “

— Jaan


I’ve managed to map out 97.46% of the ~10,000,000 global EV sales of 2023 in one spreadsheet, broken down by country. So far I’ve found numbers on 44 countries and will keep updating it and take it as far as I can. I also track the year-over-year growth of EV sales in each of those countries, the EV mix of overall sales, and more.

I call it the EV Sales Tracker.

My goal with this is to create a free and accessible source for all 2023 EV sales numbers and insights. The best way to know “where we are” with EV adoption.

I do this with as much as I can gather from free public sources. So far I’ve been able to reach something like 90-95% of the insights that are usually provided by the expensive analytics sites — which set you back thousands of dollars for their analysis. Very few of us can afford that. Doesn’t really help all of us to increase our impact.

So this project, we’ll make it free.

You will get access to everything I put together here at the end of February.

However, all of our Pro members can access it all right now (link). This delay here is so I could give even more perks to the supporters of the EV Universe — who are literally the ones that help me continue working on these resources full-time.

So I just sent this sales spreadsheet, with a bunch of great insights in a newsletter (GIF below) to all of our premium members last night.

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I’ve also mapped out ~65% of all these sales per automaker, and plan on reaching 90%+ there too. Publishing that for Pros next week, and end of Feb to you.

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