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·         Adoption of electric vehicles will accelerate and that's going to hurt some internal combustion legacy businesses, JPMorgan Cazenove said in a note on Monday

·         Losers were likely to include dealer networks, maintenance businesses, lenders and oil companies, the note said

 

Adoption of electric vehicles is set to accelerate, and that's going to run over a lot of losers, including within the auto industry itself, JPMorgan Cazenove said in a note on Monday.

The shift toward electric vehicles is set to be a multi-year process, but once there's a tipping point, likely on a shift in costs, the transition could take off, JPMorgan analysts said.

They noted the price difference between traditional internal combustion vehicles (ICVs) and electric vehicles (EVs) was already narrowing as battery prices fall, but prices might not need to fall much for consumers to make the leap.

 

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