According to the European General Motors chief executive Nick O'Reilly, the electric car, without public money are being marketed. To the demand for electric cars to be promoted, a subsidy of 5000-6000 euros needed, Reilly proposes in an interview on the website 'Zeit Online.
As Reilly, it does not necessarily stimulate the production of the cars to be plugged. Tax breaks or free parking for electric cars contribute to positive image. The government help is desperately needed because Reilly predicts that European cars are electrified faster than expected. Therefore, the established car brands to watch out for Asian newcomers in the short term, large-scale electric cars can market.