Buses lead Brazil’s electric CV charge

Very few electric CVs have been released to date, but some Brazilian-built models are starting to trickle into the market. By Jack Hunsley

Brazil has had a tough time in kick-starting its electric mobility transition. Simply put, the country’s love of ethanol-based mobility and high electric vehicle (EV) entry costs has deterred many private buyers from investing in pure battery models. However, in the commercial vehicle space, there is a slightly different story.

Brazil’s new vehicle market: prospects to 2026 and beyond





Urban steps

Like many nations, much of Brazil’s early electric commercial vehicle adoption has come via its bus sector.

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