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Electrification: divided car-manufacturers with mixed feelings

For months now, we have been struck by the widening gap between the ever-repeated intentions in favour of "electrification" and a commercial reality that fails to comply with it. On May 22, France's "Comité Stratégique de Filière" (a government initiative to have the industry's stakeholders work together defining common objectives) set a target for 2022 of 150,000 electric vehicles sold in 2022 in France, which should correspond, on the basis of 2017 registrations (25,000), to an annual growth rate of 43%. This had only been 14.5% in 2017 and, over the first 8 months of 2018, the increase was 7.4%. While P-HEV are growing by 49.5%, on such a narrow basis that this is not really significant.
 
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Le plan vélo : une bonne nouvelle pour l’automobile

Le gouvernement a présenté vendredi à Angers son "plan vélo" (1) qui vise à faire en sorte que la « part modale » de ce moyen de déplacement triple dans les années à venir : 3% des déplacements sont aujourd’hui réalisés à vélo ; les pouvoirs publics considèrent que, à l’instar de ce que l’on observe chez certains de nos voisins et dans certaines métropoles françaises, il serait possible d’atteindre 9% en 2024.
De fait, comme l’indique la FUB (Fédération Française des Usages de la Bicyclette) sur son site :
"La France, avec ses 2 à 3 % de part modale vélo, fait pâle figure comparée à nos voisins. Par exemple, aux Pays-Bas, 29 % de déplacements urbains se font à bicyclette. Et en Allemagne, 10 %. Malgré un climat bien plus rude que le nôtre, les Danois apprécient ce mode au point qu'à Copenhague, quelque 50 % des trajets domicile-travail se font à vélo. À Amsterdam, c'est plus de 40 %, à Bâle, 25 %, à Bologne et à Florence (comme à Tokyo et à Munich), 20 % !". (2)
 
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France's bicycle promotion plan: good news for the car industry

The future of the car?
On Friday in Angers, France's government presented its "cycling plan" (1), which aims to ensure that the "modal share" of this means of transport will triple in the coming years: 3% of journeys are now made by bicycle; the public authorities consider that, like some of our neighbours and some French cities, it would be possible to reach 9% by 2024.
Indeed, as indicated by the FUB (Fédération Française des Usages de la Bicyclette) on its website:
"France, with its 2 to 3% share of bicycle modal share, is pale compared to our neighbours. For example, in the Netherlands, 29% of urban travel is by bicycle. And in Germany, 10%. Despite a much harsher climate than ours, Danes appreciate this mode so much that in Copenhagen, some 50% of commuting is by bicycle. In Amsterdam, it is more than 40%, in Basel, 25%, in Bologna and Florence (as in Tokyo and Munich), 20%! (2)
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