LMC Automotive is projecting that electrified vehicle demand, everything from 48V mild hybrids to full battery-electric cars, will grow to 60 million units by 2030 and contribute to a huge spike in lithium-ion battery production. The U.K.-based consultancy predicts BEVs, both full electrics and range-extender types, will grow to 19.5 million units in 2030, a nearly tenfold increase over 2018 levels. Plug-in hybrids such as the Toyota Prius Prime, which have a shorter electric-only range, ...

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