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Repräsentative, deutschlandweite Umfrage „FUTURE MOBILITY 2011“ liefert umfassende Erkenntnisse













Beteiligungsquote erreicht / Aufklärung der Öffentlichkeit über Leistungsfähigkeit alternativer Antriebe unerlässlich/ Total Cost of Ownership haben wesentliche
Aalen/München/Reutlingen: Die im Rahmen des Forschungsprojekts „Energy for future








repräsentative Verbraucherstudie „FUTURE MOBILITY 2011“ liefert umfassende

über die

Aufgeschlossenheit der Verbraucher für alternative

Antriebstechnologien im Allgemeinen und die Elektromobilität im Besonderen.
Trotz der Omnipräsenz des Themas „alternative Antriebstechnologien“ und insbesondere der Elektromobilität in den Medien fühlen sich die Verbraucher bislang noch







Verbrennungsmotor informiert. Je nach alternativer Antriebstechnologie gaben zwischen 50% und knapp 80% der Befragten an, sich wenig bis gar nicht über
Hybrid, Elektromobilität, Erdgas und andere alternative Technologien informiert zu fühlen.










Fahrzeugneuanschaffung in den nächsten fünf Jahren wollen sich mehr als 83% der Befragten





(Abbildung 1).

Elektromobilität wird von den Befragten bislang vor allem mit Mobilität für den
Kurzstreckenverkehr assoziiert: 52% der Befragten würden sich bei Kauf eines neuen Autos in…...

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