The EV Revolution: Kiplinger Economic Forecasts

Kiplinger keeps you abreast of the latest developments in the auto sector.

EV only symbol on green wall
(Image credit: Getty Images)

 Electric vehicles are a hot topic with the drive to a more sustainable future. To help you understand the market, our highly experienced Kiplinger Letter team will keep you abreast of developments, with their latest forecast below. (Get a free issue or subscribe to the Letter.) For more information, also see the latest EV news from our digital team on electric vehicle taxes, EV tax credits and lots more. Now for the latest forecast… 

However you feel about electric vehicles (EVs), the government wants you to buy one in the future, as shown by its new fuel economy regs. The only way automakers can satisfy the new rules will be by a big shift from internal combustion to EVs (a class of vehicle that has passionate fans and critics).

Subscribe to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance

Be a smarter, better informed investor.

Save up to 74%

Sign up for Kiplinger’s Free E-Newsletters

Profit and prosper with the best of expert advice on investing, taxes, retirement, personal finance and more - straight to your e-mail.

Profit and prosper with the best of expert advice - straight to your e-mail.

Sign up

To continue reading this article
please register for free

This is different from signing in to your print subscription

Why am I seeing this? Find out more here

Jim Patterson
Managing Editor, The Kiplinger Letter

Jim joined Kiplinger in December 2010, covering energy and commodities markets, autos, environment and sports business for The Kiplinger Letter. He is now the managing editor of The Kiplinger Letter and The Kiplinger Tax Letter. He also frequently appears on radio and podcasts to discuss the outlook for gasoline prices and new car technologies. Prior to joining Kiplinger, he covered federal grant funding and congressional appropriations for Thompson Publishing Group, writing for a range of print and online publications. He holds a BA in history from the University of Rochester.