Electric Vehicles- Michelin’s Katelyn Berry Offers Her Opinion on Their Future
As the world prepares for a new era of sustainable energy, the combustion engine is expected to be replaced by electric cars. Even as hydrogen-powered cars are being developed, EVs are already making their way into the mainstream.
Even though the future of transportation may involve the use of different types of fuels, all cars, trucks, and buses will still be running on tires for a long time. According to Michelin’s North American general manager and vice president, Katelyn Berry, the future of this emerging transportation technology is in the works.
The Revolution of the Electric Vehicle
In California, the largest market in the U.S. for auto sales, the government has already started implementing regulations that prevent the sale of gas-powered vehicles. New York is considering implementing regulations that would prevent the sale of gas-powered cars.
According to an analysis by the IER, by 2030, there will be around 2.9 million fewer new gas-powered cars on the road. According to Berry, Michelin is well-positioned to meet the needs of the future transportation industry by developing and manufacturing tires that are designed for electric cars.
Forward Thinking Sets Michelin Apart From Competition
For over a hundred years, Michelin has been a pioneer in the tire industry. According to Berry, the company’s continuous innovation and dedication to the advancement of transportation technology have helped it remain at the forefront of the electric car revolution. As the world moves toward a more sustainable future, Michelin is committed to helping build the car of the future using its expertise in various areas.