Electric vehicles have market potential – at the very latest, as soon as they experience a drop in price. This is one of the findings of the “Continental Mobility Study”, drawn up at the behest of Continental by the infas market and social research institute. The results show: 99 percent of Germans know about electric vehicles. And... nine out of ten motorists in Germany drive less than 100 km each day. This means that the electric cars currently or soon to be available on the market (with a range of up to 150 kilometers) would enable 52% of all German drivers to manage their daily needs without any problem. With the more powerful energy-storage devices up and coming in the future (with a maximum range of 300 kilometers), as many as 97 percent of all motorists could easily meet their mobility wishes.