It appears that new energy vehicles (NEV) in China are poised to become even more prolific in the coming years, with the cars likely accounting for as much as 50% of the country’s overall new car sales by 2035.

These estimates were related by the China Society of Automotive Engineers (China-SAE) on Tuesday.

This is a notably optimistic estimate from the industry body, considering that NEVs only account for about 5% of new car sales in China today. In a statement at the association’s annual conference in Shanghai, China-SAE president Li Jun noted that battery-electric cars will likely comprise the lion’s share of NEVs sold in the country in 2035.

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China Expects New Energy Vehicles To Account For 50% Of New Car Sales By 2035

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