Chinese Buyers Interested in Plug-in Cars

Ernst & Young survey of 1,000 respondents finds some 60% would consider buying PHEV or EV

Published: 25-Apr-2010

About 60 percent of Chinese consumers would consider buying plug-in hybrids or pure electric vehicles in China, according to an Ernst & Young report released Wednesday, a percentage higher than in any other country surveyed.

The finding suggests huge market potential in China for green car manufacturers.

The company conducted a survey of 1,000 Chinese respondents who currently own a vehicle or plan to purchase one within three years.


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