With the automotive industry turning to electric motors, sub-sectors are expected to emerge. Famous economist and investment consultant Önder Tavukçuoğlu said that with the transformation of the automotive industry to electric motors, subsidiary sectors will arise.
Speaking on the live broadcast he attended on Youtube, economist Önder Tavukçuoğlu said, “Since the automotive industry will turn to electric motors, subsidiary sectors will arise. One of these side sectors may be charging stations. The subsidiary sectors will expand so rapidly that maybe it will grow faster than the automotive sector. " said.
"The future of the automotive industry is very bright"
Recalling that the automotive industry has grown significantly with the transformation of the gasoline engine into diesel engine since the early 1950s, Tavukçuoğlu said:
“When you look at the 20-year chart of automotive companies on the stock market, you will see that they have made a tremendous premium. The automotive industry had entered into a serious growth with lower volume, higher horsepower engine technologies in various engine changes. Likewise, when we now turn to the electric motor, we will experience a similar growth and similar change in the automotive sector. In terms of this change, the future of the automotive industry is very bright. "