The total number of cars in use in Europe will decline by 2025. Europeans will prefer mobility platforms than their own cars
Bucharest, 23 January 2020 The total number of cars in use (parc) in Europe is forecasted to grow with 1,4% by 2025, at 273 million, from 269 million cars this year, and to decline thereafter with 5,4% by 2030, due to increase of shared mobility & integrated mobility platforms (ex. Uber, Clever, Bolt) and alternative car ownership models, according to PwC Digital Auto Report. "In Romania, the total number of cars in use increased by 7.4% in 2018, according to official data, to over 8.2 million vehicles, but the road infrastructure is not keeping pace. For example, Bucharest, with about ...