Different from the traditional car sales stagnated in recent years, the European Electric Vehicle experienced V-shaped six months later, and ushered in sustained growth in September. Germany, Europe’s largest auto market, registered 21188 BEVS in September, a record 5112 more than in August, according to KBA. Market share rose to 8% from 6.4% in August, up 260.3% from the same period last year. < / P > < p > together, pure electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) together account for about 15% of the German car market for the first time. In the report on electric vehicles in 2020, cam raised the annual sales forecast of German electric vehicles (Bev, PHEV) from 250000 to 300000 in 2020, nearly three times higher than 108000 in 2019. The year 2020 marks a turning point in the era of electric vehicles. The German government’s innovation premium has improved the price competitiveness of electric vehicles and the acceptance of electric vehicles, which is the main reason for the sales growth. < / P > < p > the sales of new energy vehicles in other European countries also increased sharply in September. According to the statistics of Anxin securities, the sales volume of France, Britain, Italy, Sweden, Norway and other major automobile markets increased significantly in September on a month on month basis, and the growth rate was higher than that of fuel vehicles. Except for Norway, the year-on-year growth rate reached more than 150%, and the penetration rate of new energy vehicles continued to increase. According to Anson securities, the sales volume of 1.2 million new energy vehicles in Europe will be realized in 2020, with a year-on-year growth of more than 120%, and it is expected to become the largest vehicle market in the world. After the epidemic, both economic recovery and accelerating the process of electrification are required to be paid equal attention to. Countries have successively launched relevant policies to promote the recovery of new energy vehicle market. Deng Yongkang, an analyst at Anxin, said that the forced carbon emission policy is the fundamental reason for the growth of new energy vehicles in Europe. In the draft of 2030 climate target plan in September, the European Union formally proposed the target. By 2030, the range of greenhouse gas emission reduction in Europe will be increased to 55% compared with the previous 40%. On this basis, the carbon emission target in 2030 will be 47.5g/km, which is further stricter than the original 59.4g/km. Analysts said the move is expected to continue to promote the rapid development of European electric vehicles from both sides of carbon emissions and national subsidy policies. < / P > < p > in the medium term, one of the challenges for electric vehicles to be further accepted by the market is still the construction of charging infrastructure. Infrastructure still has great potential for improvement in terms of supply density, physical availability and reliability. The iPhone 12 keynote has been recorded in Apple park