Will the Chip Shortage Accelerate Electric Vehicle Adoption?

As supply chain issues and a worldwide chip shortage continues to plague the auto industries, production levels have been cut down to levels that haven’t been seen in decades. What will be the long term impacts of this drop in production for the automotive industry? I turned to Carl Anthony, managing editor of Automoblog and AutoVision News, for answers.

As we’ve seen throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, significant challenges and obstacles can lead to increased evolution and adoption. Tyler Kern asked Carl if he thinks these challenges will help speed up the evolution of autonomous vehicles or people buying electric vehicles?

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