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EVs and Hybrids Will Be 2 of 3 Autos Sold by 2030, Creating Opportunities Throughout the Value Chain

Seth Goldstein, CFA Senior Equity Analyst

Analyst Note

| Seth Goldstein, CFA |

By 2030, electric vehicles (EVs) will be 30% of total autos sold globally, up from 3% in 2020. By 2025, EVs will become cheaper for entry-level cars and reach performance parity with internal combustion engines (ICEs). With sufficient charging infrastructure being built throughout China, Europe, and the United States, the second half of this decade will see rapid EV adoption. Hybrids will reach cost parity for light trucks. As a result, EVs and hybrids will be two of every three autos sold globally by 2030.

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Company Profile

Business Description

DuPont is a diversified global specialty chemicals company created in 2019 from the DowDuPont merger and subsequent separations. Its portfolio includes specialty chemicals and downstream products that serve the automotive, electronics and communication, construction, safety and protection, and water management industries. DuPont benefits from the ability to produce patented specialty chemicals that command pricing power. Noteworthy products include Kevlar, Tyvek, and Nomex, which tend to have a wide range of applications across multiple industries.

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974 Centre Road, Building 730
Wilmington, DE, 19805
T +1 302 774-3034
Sector Basic Materials
Industry Specialty Chemicals
Most Recent Earnings Mar 31, 2021
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2021
Stock Type Cyclical
Employees 34,000

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