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Europe Electric Vehicle Aftermarket: Analysis and Forecast, 2023-2032

27 May 2024
by eub2 -- last modified 27 May 2024

The Europe electric vehicle aftermarket (excluding the U.K) is projected to reach $50.66 billion by 2032 from $8.87 billion in 2023, growing at a CAGR of 21.36% during the forecast period 2023-2032.


The growth of the electric vehicle aftermarket is anticipated to be fuelled by the increasing preference for electric vehicles, growing consumer interest in customizing electric vehicles, and the rising trend of utilizing electric vehicles for secondary purposes.

The electric vehicle (EV) aftermarket in Europe is experiencing significant growth, propelled by several key factors.

The rising popularity of electric vehicles across the continent is a primary driver, with more consumers opting for EVs due to environmental concerns and government incentives.

Additionally, there is a growing demand for customization options among EV owners, driving the expansion of aftermarket products and services tailored to electric vehicles.

Moreover, the emergence of second-life applications for electric vehicle components, such as batteries, is contributing to the growth of the aftermarket sector.

As Europe continues to prioritize sustainability and clean energy initiatives, the EV aftermarket is poised for further expansion, offering a wide range of opportunities for businesses and consumers alike to enhance and adapt electric vehicles to meet their specific needs and preferences.

Europe Electric Vehicle Aftermarket: Analysis and Forecast, 2023-2032 - Market Research Direct report

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